Helen Welsby

Helen Welsby

Alfonica announce a tech recycling scheme in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity

Alfonica is pleased to announce a corporate partnership with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity).

To launch the partnership, Alfonica has initiated a recycling scheme for mobile phones, tablets, laptops and other tech devices. Under the title of ‘Clear out your Clutter’, Alfonica are delivering collection points to offices throughout the UK and encouraging office staff to drop in their old tech, which Alfonica will then recycle.

All the money raised from each recycled item will be donated to GOSH Charity. The recycling scheme aims to benefit the planet whilst also raising funds for seriously ill children.

Local businesses can request a receptacle collection point with free delivery and pick-up by contacting Alfonica via marketing@alfonica.com.

The corporate partnership between Alfonica and GOSH Charity falls within Rose Communication Group’s programme of philanthropic activity, a multi-year campaign to focus on children’s health and education supported by the full team of nearly 50 personnel based in Manchester and London.

More exciting news on this partnership is coming soon!

100% of the recycled price received for each mobile device donated will be given by Rose Communications Group Ltd (RCG) to Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (Registered charity no. 1160024). Alfonica’s (part of RCG) yearly total donation shall never be less than £50,000 plus VAT.

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