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If you are a charity, not for profit organisation, social enterprise, credit union or a company solely working on a not for profit basis, you can join the Charities Buying Group (CBG) FREE OF CHARGE, which will allow you to join over 70,532 other organisations in benefiting from the full range of buying agreements we have available.

By becoming a member you will immediately be able to:

View products, services and pricing

Email and contact suppliers direct for more information

Receive our e-news each month, highlighting areas in which you can reduce cost

Attend events operated by the Charities Buying Group

Have access to our team’s expertise in sourcing products and services to meet your needs

Have a  FREE Cost Reduction Audit of your operating costs


“We have used the Charities Buying Group for a number of years now. We have always found the service courteous and professional. One of the main areas we have used their expertise was in our catering department. By using the Charities Buying Group we have saved a huge amount on our current food spend even keeping our existing suppliers. We would have no hesitation in recommending them to other organisations”

Nicola Brookes, Purchasing Coordinator

“Our management team fully support the Charities Buying Group and all that they do for the Third Sector and, we have no hesitation in recommending them as a thoroughly reliable and ethically based organisation”

David Wright, Business Manager

“The Charities Buying Group is wonderful news for all not-for-profit organisations, not just registered charities, because thanks to their buying contacts, expertise, knowledge and experience they can ensure reduced costs across a wide range – from stationery to utility bills, and from insurance to equipment purchase. Quite simply, it makes sense to call in the expertise of the Charities Buying Group. The money saved is money that can be put to the purposes of which the charity or organisation was set up to undertake”

Sir Bob Russell, Former MP

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