News and stories General Interest Recycling! We have some very passionate supporters who recycle their own rubbish to help both the environment and our charity continue our work. If you'd like to contribute to their collections they would be grateful for your support - as would we! Terracycle is an innovative recycling company that has become a global leader in recycling typically hard-to-recycle waste. Terracycle offer people the opportunity to be collect certain waste and send it to them to be recycled. All products they collect are not recyclable by your regular council bin collection, so any items sent are saved from going into landfill. Terracycle clean and melt the waste into hard plastic that can be remolded to make new recycled products. You can find out more about the finished products at www.protecttheplanet.co.uk As an incentive, they donate to charity for every item received too. Since 2013 they have donated thousands of pounds to Kicks Count because of the supporters who fundraise by recycling! WHAT CAN BE RECYCLED? There are lots of items that can be recycled, though what each individual collects will vary. Cleaning Products Biscuit and Cake Wrappers Beauty Products Dental Products Baby Food Pouches How can I get involved? There are numerous ways to find out if anyone is collecting any of the above for Kicks Count locally to you. The following groups/pages are run by supporters: JOIN THE 'KICKS COUNT RECYCLING AND FUNDRAISING' GROUP ON FACEBOOK CONTACT THE 'RECYCLING & FUNDRAISING FOR KC' INSTAGRAM EMAIL SUPPORTER JO LAVENDER FOR MORE INFORMATION DON'T FORGET THE STAMPS! If you receive post Kicks Count can also benefit from your used stamps! If you can spare yours, both UK and International stamps are welcome, please post them to: Stamp Recycling in aid of Kicks Count18 Queens Avenue SnodlandKentME6 5BL If you'd like more information on stamp collecting: JOIN THE 'STAMP RECYCLING IN AID OF KICKS COUNT' FACEBOOK GROUP Where does the money go? The money comes to Kicks Count and we use it to raise awareness of baby's movements to reduce the stillbirth rate in the UK. To find out more about where the money goes please visit "How the money is spent"