Recycling for charity

There are many charities that collect items that can be recycled or reused to raise money.

Inkjet and toner cartridges and mobile phones for the British Red Cross

Don't let your empty inkjet and toner cartridges clutter up your home or end up in the rubbish. Recycle them and help to raise money for the British Red Cross.

For every inkjet cartridge recycled, the charity will receive £1, every toner cartridge will make the charity up to £5. Mobile phones can be worth £30. The British Red Cross provides freepost bags to return the used cartridges, at no cost to the sender.

To find out more go to the British Red Cross website.

Mobile phones, toner cartridges, old coins and aluminium foil for The Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice

The Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice collect many items which are sold for fundraising. A full list of items is available on the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice website.

Textiles and shoes for The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army will collect textiles and shoes from schools for free and will pay the school for any fabric collected. For further information, and to register your school visit the Salvation Army Trading Company website.

 
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