County Antrim Drop Off Points

We are so grateful to our network of 75 drop-off points across Northern Ireland for their invaluable support with the Digg Deep For Kids campaign. From Belfast to Derry, Armagh to Fermanagh, and all the wonderful places in between, we invite everyone to discover the various locations where you can contribute to this heartfelt cause.

All donations must be made before the 11th of December. This is a community effort, and we encourage each one of you to participate by purchasing a gift and leaving it at one of the drop-off centres.

Your generosity will bring joy to children supported by Cash For Kids, with a focus on providing for those aged 7–18 years. We seek items that resonate with a broad age range and include gender-neutral options, with each gift valued between £10 and £50. Please ensure that all gifts are new and unwrapped, and we kindly ask that you refrain from donating food items due to potential allergy risks.

For ideas on suitable gifts, here features a dedicated Cash For Kids section full of suggestions.

Together, let's make a difference this festive season!

McCauley Trailers Ltd

  • 72 Gloverstown Road, Toomebridge, Co. Antrim, BT413RB

Laurie Mac Interiors, Blinds & Shutters

  • Shivers Business Park, 21 Hillhead Road, Toome, BT41 3SF

    International beauty

    • 52a bow street, Lisburn, bt28 1bn

    Grove Community Housing Association

    • 171 York Road, Belfast, BT15 3HB

    Vape & Grind carrickfergus

    • 202 Larne road, Carrickfergus, Co Antrim, Bt387nl

    Northern Mortgages

    • 243 falls road, belfast, bt12 6fb

    Jenny Bond Interiors

    • 392 Lisburn Road, Belfast, BT9 6GN

    Randalstown Pharmacies

    • The medical centre neilsbrook road Randalstown

    The scenic inn

    • 38 fivey road, armoy, ballymoney, bt53 8ut

    Santander Belfast

    • 6 Royal Avenue Belfast


    • 181A templepatrick road, ballyclare, co antrim, bt390ra

    Tribe lisburn

    • 75 Bachelors Walk, BT 281XN

    Tribe Ormeau

    • 453 Ormeau Road, BT73GQ

    Tribe belfast

    • 1a Diamond Gardens, BT10 0HD

    Trouw Nutrition

    • Trouw Nutrition, Belfast Telegraph Building, 33 Clarendon Road, Clarendon Docks, Belfast, BT1 3BG

    Hunter Campbell estate agents

    • 57 Main Street Larne, Bt40 1JE and 7 joymount Carrickfergus Bt387DN

    Gibson Paving

    • 61 Townhill Road, Portglenone, BT44 8AG

    McNaughton Guestrooms /The Lurig Inn

    • 5 Bridge Street, Cushendall, Co.Antrim, BT44 ORP
    • Cash For Kids - Mission Christmas

    • Simon Community - Northern Ireland

    • Society of Saint Vincent de Paul (SVP)

    Cash For Kids

    SCash For Kids and their Mission Christmas campaign was where this magical journey began in 2017, and it is here to stay for the sixth year in a row. This campaign gives us the opportunity to ensure every child wakes up to a present under their tree on Christmas day. With your help, we are able to buy a huge amount of high quality, brand new gifts and toys that will give children in Northern Ireland a Christmas they will never forget. 

    Cash For Kids also works all year round to improve the lives of vulnerable, disadvantaged children and young people who are effected by poverty, neglect, and illness, as well as those with additional needs. 

    We couldn’t be more proud to partner with this life-changing organisation and we’re determined to make this year's contribution bigger than ever. 

    If you or anyone you know needs support from Cash For Kids, please visit the link below to find out more. 

    Visit Cash For Kids

    We asking for donations of cash so we can buy what the charity needs but also if you would like to physically donate a gift then Cash For Kids have asked us to focus on.

    Please note – Cash For Kids are most in need of gifts for children aged 7– 18 years. Gifts suitable for children of multiple ages are great and ideally some gender-neutral items. All gifts should retail between£10 and £50. Gifts must be new and unwrapped. They don’t accept food (e.g. selection boxes) due to allergy risk.

    7 - 18 Years Old Gift Idea

    Barbie merch 

    Basketball net 

    Colouring pens and colouring books 

    Craft sets 

    Dart boards

    Football cards 


    Games: Kanoodle, Printing 3D Pen, Pictionary, Monopoly, Cluedo 

    Grooming items – hair dryers, straighteners, curlers, shavers



    Hot water bottles


    Karaoke microphone 


    lilo n sticth

    LOL dolls 

    Make up sets

    Pamper kits

    Pencil Case 



    Roller skates 



    Screen Magnifier for Smartphone



    Smart watch 

    Snoodies / blanket hoodies



    Stanley cup 

    Swing ball set 

    Toy cars 

    Toy Story (Woody, Mr Potato Head etc)

    Un-sized clothing – like beanies or sports socks 

    Water bottle 

    Weighted blankets 


    Simon Community NI x Digg Deep for Kids: our partnership so far

    Approx. £40K of donations were gifted to our frontline
    temporary accommodation services
    . This included white
    goods, TVs, tablets, towels, bedding, mattress protectors,
    beanbags, chairs.

    6 defibrillators providing a life saving resource for our temporary
    accommodation projects – a further contribution of £5,700.

    £10,000 towards the purchase of a Creating Homes Property
    thereby achieving Diamond Sponsor status.

    £12,630 for our Linen Court (Armagh) service to improve wi-fi for
    clients living on site. This enables them to stay connected with
    friends and family, and access learning and personal
    development opportunities.

    £16,500 towards emergency hardship grants to cover energy and
    food costs – ensuring clients were able to stay warm and afford
    the essentials.

    Digg Deep at Conway Court

    In a separate project, Digg Deep enlisted the support of local
    companies and businesses to undertake a revamp of the
    outdoor space at our dedicated family accommodation service,
    Conway Court.

    A team of passionate and energetic volunteers installed a paved
    area for seating and new football nets, built a lean-to shed for toy
    storage, and relandscaped flower beds.

    This regeneration of the garden area has created a lasting legacy
    through offering a dedicated space for children and parents to
    bond outdoors, promote the physical and emotional wellbeing of
    children living in Conway Court, and fostering connection and
    positive relationships between the families on site.

    Anyone who has become homeless or is worried about their risk of becoming homeless can contact the Homeless Support Line on 0800 171 2222. This operates 24 / 7, 365 days a year and is a freephone number (including from mobiles). You can also refer on a friend / relatives behalf.  

    Alternatively, Simon Community have a secure online form which can be completed to access help


    Simon Community Form

    SVP Northern Ireland

    SVP is an international charity and the largest voluntary charity in Ireland. SVP is committed to promoting self-sufficiency and working diligently for social justice. 

    During 2022, St Vincent de Paul (SVP) has provided assistance of over £5 million to families navigating the cost of living crisis, marking a 43% increase from the previous year's £3.5 million contribution to people living in poverty across Northern Ireland.

    The past number of years have been incredibly difficult for people struggling to make ends meet as individuals and families try to navigate a pandemic, cost of living crisis and significant social security cuts and changes. The assistance provided by dedicated SVP volunteers over the last two years is staggering as the calls to the regional office in Belfast more than doubled. Our Members tirelessly work across all communities to support individuals, regardless of their background, who are battling poverty and social exclusion. We are worried about what the winter and the year ahead will bring. It’s getting more and more expensive for people to live every day and households we are supporting are already beyond breaking point.

    Key statistics:-

    14,000 requests for assistance per annum

    2,585 requests for support with energy/fuel

    1,500 requests for support with food

    1,870 requests for help with Christmas


    Visit SVP Website