Register your charity or non-profit organisation and let your supporters raise money for you by recycling their inkjet cartridges.

Benefits of the Programme

  • A free and easy to use service
  • Provides a new and sustainable revenue stream to fund your cause
  • Utilises ‘delegated fundraising’ model where donators are empowered to generate funds on the charities behalf
  • Both the charity and its donators can access a range of professionally produced marketing materials including; social media, digital and printed marketing content to drive engagement with the programme
Ink cartridge recycling - Charities
Recycle4Charity - Recycle for charity - Charities

How to get the best out of the Programme

Make use of the Recycle4Charity marketing materials to let your supporters know how they can raise money for you by recycling inkjet cartridges.

Advertise your Recycle4Charity donation link on your website, to inform individuals and businesses how they can recycle their used inkjet cartridges raising money for your cause instead of sending them to landfill.

Utilise social media presence to advertise Recycle4Charity and generate interest in a growing new audience, eager to contribute positively to environmental and social causes and get them to register as your donators and recycle for your cause.

Place your collection box in an appropriate and visible public area of your shops, office or reception, and where possible, display a poster from the marketing toolkit, to explain the purpose of the collection box and how it benefits your charity.

Step 1 - Sign Up & Select Your Charity

Register your charity or not for profit group on our website.

Step 2 - Order Freepost Recycling Materials

Order Freepost recycling bags or boxes to return your inkjet cartridges in.

Step 3 - Post Us Your Ink Cartridges

Pack your cartridges up and send them to us, free of charge. Donators can do the same on your behalf if registered.

Step 4 - We Send Money To Your Charity

You will earn for each cartridge received from the wanted list.