– Going Green to Help Women & Teenagers with Cancer –
The Recycling Factory is excited to be working with national charity, Look Good Feel Better. The new partnership enables used inkjet cartridges, laser toners, mobile phones and electronic gadgets to be recycled in return for vital donations to the charity’s support programme.
Set up in 1993 by the Cosmetic Toiletry and Perfumery Association (CTPA), the charity helps women and teenagers struggling with the visible side effects from their cancer treatment. Held in over 70 locations throughout the UK, their free skincare and make-up workshops help combat the visible side effects of cancer treatment and, in turn, boost confidence and wellbeing. The sessions are run weekly, fortnightly or monthly for up to 12 people. The Look Good Feel Better Programme is now available in 25 countries worldwide.
Ian Daniels, Head of Fundraising and Marketing from Look Good Feel Better, said:
“We are delighted to be partnering with The Recycling Factory in encouraging our supporters to do their bit for the environment whilst raising valuable funds for the charity.”
Further information about Look Good Feel Better and its services can be found by visiting www.lgfb.co.uk.
The Recycling Factory donates 100% of the recycling proceeds to the charity and provides supporters with all the necessary recycling materials free of charge, as well as offering a free collection service for those recycling in large volumes. There is no cost for individuals or businesses who wish to become involved, making it an easy way to support the charity’s incredible work.
The Recycling Factory recycles more than 800,000 inkjet cartridges, toner cartridges and mobile phones each month at their site in Boston, Lincolnshire, and has so far raised in excess of £2.8 million for its charity partners. To request freepost envelopes for Look Good Feel Better or to find out more information, call The Recycling Factory on 0800 091 0696, visit www.therecyclingfactory.com/lgfb or email email@example.com.