We always welcome your questions, comments and feedback about Sense’s work, and will try to answer any query promptly.
Please find our contact details below.
Alternatively, if you have a question for Sense, do take a look around our website – you may quickly find the answer.
Fundraising and donations
Contact our Supporter Services team for all your donation enquiries, including:
- How to make a donation to Sense
- Enquiries about our fundraising events
- Complaints regarding our fundraising
- Questions about Gift Aid and direct debits guidelines
- Questions about the communications you may have received from Sense
- Privacy or data protection issues
Tel: 0300 330 9257
Textphone: 020 7014 9339
To contact a named member of staff, or if the information, fundraising or shops contact details don't match your enquiry needs, please contact the general switchboard.
101 Pentonville Road
London N1 9LG
Tel: 0300 330 9250 or 020 7520 0999
Fax: 0300 330 9251 or 020 7520 0958
Information and advice
For details about the support and services Sense can offer and information about deafblindness, please contact the Information and Advice service on:
Tel: 0300 330 9256 or 020 7520 0972
Textphone: 0300 330 9256 or 020 7520 0972
Fax: 0300 330 9251
Enquiries received by email are responded to within three working days. Letters may take slightly longer.
We have more than 85 shops and are always grateful for donations of antiques and collectables, books, bric-a-brac, clothes and accessories, electrical items, household items, jewellery items, music and DVDs. Find your local Sense shop.
For details on how to make a goods donation to Sense, information about collections, how to volunteer in one of our shops or if you’d like to make a complaint, please contact us on the details below.
Tel: 0300 330 9283
Fax: 01322 55810
Address: Sense Trading, Unit 4, Bourne Industrial Park, Bourne Road, Crayford, DA1 4BZ
Jobs and recruitment
Visit our Work with us section for details of current vacancies.
Tel: 0300 330 9285
Other contacts for Sense
First published: Monday 27 February 2012
Updated: Friday 3 October 2014