Is your school looking for a new way to raise money?
Would you like to help your local community reuse and recycle more?
Many schools rely on community events to raise funds to support the purchase of equipment for their schools. Unfortunately the Covid-19 pandemic has stopped many traditional fundraising events from going ahead. The Waste Education Team have lots of fundraising ideas for schools on our fundraising pages. This week we are highlighting the #DeclutterandDonate campaign by www.ziffit.com.
Ziffit.com provides an easy way to trade in old books, CDs, DVDs, and games via their website and app and donate the value of the items to a charity of your choice. This provides a great opportunity for school PTAs to raise funds and help raise the profile of your group during lock down. It can also be a fantastic way to encourage your local community to reuse and recycle while charity shops are closed.
Ziffit are a registered B Corp™ and are part of the growing circular economy, reselling and recycling books and media through World of Books and other platforms. You can find out more about them on their website.
This information has been made available for general information purposes which may assist schools who are looking to find new ways to raise funds through recycling and reuse initiatives.
Please be aware that no due diligence, risk assessments or other vetting or selection procedures have been undertaken on Ziffit or its services.
The Waste Education Team cannot accept any liability or responsibility whatsoever for any loss or damage suffered by any organisation resulting from their use of the information contained on this webpage or any services performed by Ziffit. Organisations contemplating engaging Ziffit’s services are encouraged to first undertake their own due diligence and risk and health & safety assessments.
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