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We are experienced fundraisers with door-to-door collections of good quality used clothes for recycling to be used by the poor and needy both in the UK and Worldwide.
Recycling Clothes Company Ltd is a fully licensed fundraiser, complying with all UK Charity Commission regulations concerning the collection and sale of used clothing.
Our experience and hard work has helped us raise funds for our charity partners:• Against Breast Cancer (Trading) Limited Registered Charity No.1121258.
Our Charity Partners
For every tonne of ladies, gents and childrens clothes, nightwear, bedding, perfumes, CDs, video games, DVDs, phones, belts, handbags, paired footwear, household linen, soft toys and unwanted gifts collected, our charity partners will receive a minimum of £100 (including VAT) per tonne of goods collected.
Our service thus provides a steady revenue stream, leaving our charity partner to concentrate on their important work whilst Recycling Clothes Company Ltd delivers much needed funds.
How We WorkRecycling Clothes Company Ltd is a clothing collection organisation and fully licensed to carry out our operations.
Clothing is then sold and distributed to help people who cannot afford to buy their own clothing.
The distribution and collection of bags is operated by the Recycling Clothes Company Ltd, and operator authorised by our charity partners. Our collectors carry ID cards and our vehicles display the charity logo.
Recycling Clothes Company Ltd will donate a minimum of £100 (including VAT) to our charity partners for every tonne of textiles collected from you.
Helping charities by collecting your unwanted clothes
Public Health England (PHE) advice on the risk of handling post or freight is there is no perceived increase in risk (as of 15 March 2020).
Recycling Clothes Company are actively monitoring the rapidly evolving coronavirus situation. We are closely following advice from the UK Government/Public Health England who advise that people receiving parcels are not at risk of contracting the coronavirus.
We know that these types of viruses don’t survive long on objects such as letters or parcels. This complements the highly publicised guidance from PHE for people to wash their hands more often than usual using soap and hot water.
Our primary concern is protecting the health of our staff and our customers, as such we are providing guidance to our distributors and collection teams to help prevent the spread of any infection in line with preventative guidance from Public Health England.
We are committed to supporting our charity partner Against Breast Cancer through these challenging times by continuing to raise the vital funds they require to continue their vital breast cancer research.
Nevertheless, the rapidly changing nature of the current situation demands our operations remain under continuous review. Suffice to say, there may be more changes in the coming days and weeks.