Recycling opportunities

Round Pound Appeal

Do you have lots of old £1 coins lying round? Are you wondering what to do with them?

You can not spend your old pounds, but we can still collect them and put them to work saving and changing lives.

We are challenging you to hunt for them in saving jars, piggy banks, coat pockets and down the back of sofas, then put them to good use by donating to Medical Detection Dogs.

How your donation could help

Every £1 donated could help save and change even more lives so please donate your £1 coins to us now to help with our work.

How to donate:

Simply contact Recycling For Good Causes and they will send you a Round Pound Appeal collection envelope to put your £1 coins in that can be returned free of charge. Sign up for your pack online or call now on 0800 633 5323 (Freephone).

Stamp Appeal
Xchange Master is proud to work with many charities in the UK to provide them with new and innovate ways of generating revenue.

To request stamp envelopes (and foreign coin collection packs if you want to use that service as well), please email: mddogs@xchange-master.co.uk To contact Xchange Master by phone please call 0141 328 9357

Recycle 4 Charity
Recycle your inkjet cartridges and mobile phones to raise money for us and protect the environment. It’s so easy, you just need to select Medical Detection Dogs and register online. You can order freepost bags to return your items in, or even arrange for a box of wanted items to be collected, free of charge!
Give a Car
Giveacar is a not-for-profit social enterprise that can turn your old car into cash for Medical Detection Dogs. Giveacar will arrange free collection, then either sell your car at auction or scrap it with the proceeds raised coming to us.
Please visit www.giveacar.co.uk

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