In this tough economic time everything has value so why not donate your unwanted items so that they can be recycled and turned into money for the RSPCA and help us continue our vital work to protect vulnerable animals.
Below we have a number of different ways that you can recycle all sorts of unwanted items.
Scrap Car Comparison
Thinking of scrapping your car? Get the best price and donate a percentage of the value of your car to us via Scrap Car Comparison. They're the UK's only comparison site for scrap and salvage vehicle prices. They help customers to find and compare prices from scrap yards and salvage buyers all over the country.
The Recycling Factory
We've teamed up with The Recycling Factory to turn your unwanted/used inkjet cartridges into cash, to invest in the rescue and treatment of thousands of animals.
To download and print your freepost label or to arrange a free courier collection for larger volumes, please visit the recycling factory website.
Giveacar specialises in donating the money raised from unwanted and scrap cars to charitable causes.
They provide a free service which is available throughout the UK where they can arrange the collection of the vehicle. Where, depending on its age and condition, they will either send it for recycling or to a salvage auction.
To arrange the collection of your car, visit Giveacar.co.uk or call 020 0011 1664, quoting RSPCA as your preferred charity.
We've teamed up with music Magpie to offer you an easy way to recycle your unwanted CDs, DVDs, Computer Games and clothes and help raise vital funds for us.
Simply visit their website to find out how you can donate your old items and turn them into funds.
Recycling for good causes
Recycling for good causes is an easy way for you to raise money whilst being socially responsible by recycling and protecting the environment. We supply you with everything you need to collect and recycle unwanted jewellery, watches, mobile phones and other gadgets, stamps; and UK and foreign currency of all ages.
To order your free recycling envelope visit the Recycling for good causes website.
We’ve teamed up with We Buy Books which is a great place to sell your unwanted books and raise funds for us.
Simply visit their website to find out how you can donate your old books and turn them into donations.