What you can recycle
There are many ways you can help support young cancer patients through recycling:
Giveacar is a social enterprise that raises money for charities by accepting donations of unwanted cars.
It gives you a cost-free way to donate your car to charity, just as you might donate your clothes or furniture.
Looking for a techy gadget or a new mobile phone? We sell refurbished donated gadgets via our eBay shop.
We have mobile phones, mp3 players, sat navs, digital cameras, games consoles and more. The donated stock is coming in all the time so if there is something we do not currently have please get in touch and we'll see if we can help.
You can recycle your old mobile phones, digital cameras or MP3 players at your nearest CLIC Sargent shop and help raise funds for young lives against cancer.
If you're donating more than 20 gadgets, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for a free collection.
If you have old inkjet or toner cartridges to recycle, all the information you need can be found on the Recycling Factory's website.
The Recycling Factory collects and recycles over eight million inkjet and toner cartridges and mobile phones each year and whether you’ve got one, or hundreds of cartridges, they can help you recycle them and raise money for CLIC Sargent in the process.
CLIC Sargent can raise money by recycling textiles that our shops cannot sell.
If you have a large amount of such material, or work for a company that does, please contact email@example.com.