Recycling for Tommy’s
You can donate all your broken and unwanted jewellery to raise money for Tommy’s. If you have any gold, silver, odd earrings, broken chains, costume jewellery and watches, you can recycle them at no cost to you whilst making money for Tommy’s.
We can recycle:
- Any jewellery – gold, silver, costume jewellery, watches, broken and damaged items (like odd earrings, snapped chains or items with missing stones)
- You can donate any unwanted banknotes from ANY country of any age, so all of those obsolete pre-euro notes are a perfect start!
Our partners at Recycling for Good Causes will reuse and recycle the jewellery and Banknotes, giving the proceeds to Tommy’s, saving precious raw materials at the same time.
If you would like to send your jewellery and banknote recycling to us pop your items into your own envelope or jiffy bag no larger than a size A5 envelope and post free of charge to:
FREE POST RSXA-GJBY-ARRZ
AMBER BUSINESS VILLAGE
*Please do not send coins to the freepost address above as the postage costs will far outweigh your donation.*
Donate your Stamps
You can now donate your used stamps to raise much needed funds for Tommy’s.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:
PO Box 16992
(*postage needs to be applied*)
Donate your old car to Tommy's with 'Give a Car'
They will make all the arrangements for your car to be recycled or auctioned, and will then donate the proceeds to Tommy's!
So far we have raised over £3,000 through this scheme, and we need your help (and your cars!) to make it to £10,000.
Please note: unfortunately we no longer offer ink cartridge recycling as this started costing us more than it was raising in funds.
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