Did you know that you can raise money for Little Hearts Matter by recycling your old inkjet cartridges, jewellery, stamps and even your car?

Stamps

Fundraising Stamps collect new or used stamps and donate £10 to Little Hearts Matter for every kilo of stamps they receive.

You can send in:

  • Recently collected and unsorted stamps
  • GB or foreign stamps
  • Used or mint stamps
  • Stamps on or off paper
  • Everyday 1st & 2nd class and special edition/commemorative stamps
  • Please ensure that no more than 1cm of envelope is left around each stamp but that they are not trimmed so closely that the stamp edge is damaged

Visit www.fundraisingstamps.com/little-hearts-matter to order some freepost envelopes for your stamps.

Inkjet Cartridges

Send your empty inkjet cartridges to Recycle4Charity in their freepost envelopes and they will make a donation to Little Hearts Matter! Please note that unfortunately we are not able to recycle Epsom or Kodak cartridges.

Contact us if you have ink cartridges to recycle and we’ll send you some freepost envelopes.

Jewellery

Recycling for Good Causes collect unwanted and broken jewellery and watches and then recycle them, making a donation to Little Hearts Matter for each item received. They accept:

  • Unwanted/damaged gold and silver
  • Costume jewellery
  • Watches
  • Old and current UK and foreign currency
  • Any old/broken/unwanted jewellery items

Contact us if you have any of the above items to recycle and we’ll send you some freepost envelopes.

Cars

Do you own a vehicle that you want to scrap or get rid of? Then please donate it to us through Giveacar!

Giveacar raises money for UK charities by scrapping and selling old cars. They will collect your car from your home for free and then recycle it at an Authorised Treatment Facility or send it to auction.

Scrap donations raise an average of £35 while auction cars can raise much more.

To arrange collection of a car, visit Giveacar.co.uk or call 020 7736 4242, quoting Little Hearts Matter as your preferred charity.

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