4Sight Vision Support is sending out a call to encourage donations of recyclables and unwanted items to help raise money for its specialist services for blind and sight impaired adults and children across West Sussex. The charity has just announced additional ways to lend your support through recycling, while doing your bit for the environment too!
The recycling scheme includes small items like stamps from everyday post or stamp collections; old or foreign coins; ink cartridges (except laser toner cartridges); and mobile phones including old or broken ones. It also covers cheese packets which are generally not suitable for your household recycling bin and which would otherwise go to landfill – you can include the plastic pouch from blocks or grated cheese, the plastic wrapper from sliced cheese and even mini-cheese nets. But please remember to wash them first!
And if you want to recycle a larger item – 4Sight Vision Support would love to have your old car! It has the resources to turn old cars into cash via auction or scrap.
If you would like to save any of these items they can be dropped off at the charity’s Head Office in Victoria Drive, Bognor Regis during normal office hours. If you require further details or would like a freepost recycling envelope posted out to you please call the Fundraising Team on 01243 828555 or visit www.4sight.org.uk.