Declutter to raise funds
WE WANT YOUR STUFF!!
Are you having a Spring clean this year? Do you have unwanted items and don’t know what to do with them? Recycling for Good Causes helps us raise much needed funds by recycling donated items that are no longer of use. Here’s where YOU can help raise funds for BTRC by sending unwanted items to Recycling for Good Causes in one of the following ways:
1 Start a recycling project
It’s free, easy to do and there’s no long term commitment. All it takes is a phone call (free of course). You’ll be sent a sack to fill with your unwanted items. Then phone again when you’re ready for collection. It’s that simple!
All of the following can be recycled, even damaged or broken:
- Jewellery (any material, wearable or broken)
- Used stamps
- Gadgets (mobile phones, cameras, Satnavs, game consoles, tablets, MP3’s etc.)
- Unwanted currencies (all those foreign coins and banknotes from your holidays, no matter how old)
Contact Recycling for Good Causes and you’ll be sent everything you need to start your free recycling project. Email email@example.com tel: 0800 633 5323
2 Small jewellery and banknotes
If you would like to send your jewellery and banknote recycling, you can also use your own envelope or jiffy bag (No bigger than A5 in size) and post free of charge – from the link below, download and print the freepost label and attach it to your envelope.
*Please do not send coins or stamps to the freepost address as the postage costs will far outweigh your donation. *
3 Donate stamps
You can donate your used stamps – all kinds of stamps are welcome, on or off paper. Simply cut or carefully rip the postage stamp from the used envelope, being careful that you don’t damage the stamp, and once you have a collection pop them in an envelope making sure you have the correct postage to:
Brain Tumour Research Campaign, PO Box 16992, Sutton Coldfield, B73 9YA
(*postage needs to be applied*)
Recycling for Good Causes will arrange collections for larger quantities of stamps weighing over 10kgs. This equates to about two buckets full of stamps.
For further information:
Tel: 0800 633 5323