Through many of our programmes we reward you with TerraCycle points for qualifying waste. These points are redeemable for a cash payment to the non-profit organisation, charity or school of your choice, and other charitable gifts.
Your TerraCycle points may be redeemed directly to your school or organisation of your choice. Please note, you must redeem a minimum of 1,000 TerraCycle points, or £10. To learn more about the points programme, click here.
IDV help disaster affected communities worldwide by providing initial relief and helping them to achieve a sustainable recovery. Their work has helped 23,000 disaster survivors in Haiti, the Philippines and Nepal to date.
IDV supports 30 children at the Hands Together to Defend the Children orphanage in Port-au-Prince
IDV helps vulnerable families in Manila earn an income, while also protecting them from floods.
Send a Cow enables poor families in Africa to grow enough food and earn money by developing strong community groups and sustainable farms which integrate crops and livestock.
Chickens provide meat and up to 200 eggs a year – a vital source of protein and income.
The Tip Tap is an ingenious African hand washer made out of recycled plastic bottles that helps improve hygiene.
3 billion people live without decent waste services. It's causing an environmental and public health crisis. WasteAid UK shares waste management and recycling skills so that communities can have cleaner environments, improved health and better livelihoods
By sharing simple recycling and enterprise skills, someone can start their own business and keep their community clean.
With this simple recycling kit people can recycle plastic and keep their communities clean and healthy.
Making fuel and fertiliser from organic waste saves money and means people don't need to cut down trees for cooking fuel.
Help to provide materials and resources for students in need.
Childreach International farming project works to help six schools in northern Tanzania produce enough maize to give school children a hot lunch every day.
Childreach International school farming project works to help six schools in northern Tanzania produce enough maize to give school children a hot lunch every day.
The Learning Landscape is a playground framework for elementary learning that teaches core subjects, social skills, and leadership through game play, physical activity, and outdoor fun!
We have two payment periods a year - If you redeem by the end of April, your charity will be paid in June. If you redeem by the end of October, your charity will be paid in December.