November 1, 2013
The Recycling Factory and the National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) will partner to recycle inkjet cartridges, toners, mobile phones and electronic gadgets to help raise funds for deaf children across the UK, with the charity’s aim to create a world without barriers for deaf children and their families.
The recycling scheme will see supporters sending in their empty cartridges and used electronics, with a donation received by NDCS for each item that can be successfully recycled by The Recycling Factory. There will be no charge to the charity for The Recycling Factory to operate the scheme, with all recycling materials, including freepost envelopes and collection boxes, supplied by the company free of charge.
Commenting on the partnership, Donna Wingfield, Business Development Manager for The Recycling Factory, said: “We are really excited to be working in partnership with NDCS and look forward to helping make a real difference to the lives of deaf children and young people, as well as their families. The recycling scheme is easy for supporters, both individuals and businesses, to get involved with – and it’s completely free!”
Gemma Turner, Corporate and Events Executive at NDCS, said: “We’re delighted to be working in partnership with The Recycling Factory and hope that our supporters will get behind the scheme. There are more than 45,000 deaf children in the UK and NDCS works to ensure they get the support they need. All of the money raised by The Recycling Factory will make a real difference to the lives of deaf children and young people.”
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