Fundraising by Recycling
The PCC at All Saints’ has signed up with Recycle 4 Charity to raise funds for the Church through the recycling of inkjet cartridges and mobile phones.
Recycle your inkjet cartridges and mobile phones to help us raise much needed funds through Recycle4Charity.co.uk
Please take a special envelope from church and use to post your items to the company, or just pop them into the labelled box in church.
This is a list of well known Charities (not exhaustive but growing) including contact numbers and Web Site links. If you would like a Charity added to this page, please e-mail the Webmaster with the relevant details.
British Heart Foundation Web Site
Charity Registration No. 225971Tel: 0870 1204141
ChildLine is a free, 24-hour helpline for children and young people in the UK.Children and young people can call the helpline on 0800 1111 about any problem, at any time – day or night.
Children who are deaf or find using a regular phone difficult can try our text phone service on 0800 400 222. ChildLine’s counselors are there to help you find ways to sort things out.
ChildLine is confidential – which means no one will be told about your call unless you want ChildLine to talk to somebody for you, or you are in danger. The lines can be busy but please keep trying and you will get through.
Charity Registration No. 221124Edward Rudolf House
London WC1X 0JLTel: 020 7841 4400
Charity Registration No. 226226Marlowe House
109 Station Road
Kent DA15 7ADTel: 020 8309 9991
Fax: 020 8309 3500
The Mothers’ Union
Charity Registration No. 240531The Mothers’ Union
Mary Sumner House
24 Tufton Street
London SW1P 3RBTel: 020 7222 5533
Fax: 020 7222 1591
Teenage Cancer Trust
Charity Registration No. 1062559
Teenage Cancer Trust
93 Newman Street
Telephone: 020 7612 0370
Fax: 020 7612 0371
The Teenage Cancer Trust funds the capital costs for specialist units for young people with cancer, leukaemia, Hodgkin’s and related diseases, all over the United Kingdom.
One in 330 boys and one in 420 girls contract cancer before their 20th birthday.
One in three people develop cancer at sometime in their life – but to cope with cancer and its treatment during adolescence can be particularly devastating. They need all the help and support they can get (as well as the best treatment) which is available in the specialist units. The cost of each unit is about £500,000.
Charity Registration No. 231144SPCK
Holy Trinity Church
London NW1 4DUTel: 020 7643 0382
Fax: 020 7643 0391
SPCK is the oldest Anglican mission agency. Founded in 1698 they work with Christians of all denominations to help people grow in the Christian faith. The ministries support Christian literature and Christian education through a publishing programme and book shops. Further afield, the Society promotes Christian literature and communication projects through SPCK Worldwide.