For charities & non-profit organisations with e-newsletters, websites, social media pages and online subscriptions.
Encouraging your online supporters to recycle to raise funds on your behalf couldn’t be easier and we offer two ways in which your supporters can send in their donated items depending on the amount in which they wish to send.
We can provide you with template articles or wording (and in some cases, this can be a bespoke article) that you can insert into your e-newsletters, website, social media pages etc. explaining the simplicity of recycling to raise funds and how your supporters can use our services to help raise valuable funds. The options allow your supporters to decide which the best free method is for them to use:
Self-Pack – For small amounts, donors can use their own packaging (no bigger than A5) and send it to us at our freepost address using a unique reference code that we provide for you.
Recycling Project – For supporters wishing to donate a larger amount or recycle over a longer period of time, they can contact us for a collection sack and we will arrange delivery and collection for them free of charge. We will also let them know which items can be recycled. Sacks must weigh between 10-30kg for collection.
As always, all of our recycling schemes are at no cost to you or your supporters. You receive 75% of the profits raised and we keep 25%.
Cheques for Self-Pack proceeds are sent to you at regular intervals.
Cheques for Recycling Projects are sent to you within 8 weeks of us receiving the filled sack from your donors.
Fill in the form or call us for more details.
0800 633 5323
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