A heartwarming missive now from the chaps behind the appeal for old mobiles etc, reprinted here to prove that the generosity shown by the UK legal market didn’t go to waste:
A short time ago you very kindly published a letter I sent to you about my work as a fundraiser with the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation. I asked whether your readers would be able to support my charity by sending in their unwanted mobile phones and used printer cartridges to help raise vital funds towards our work.
I am delighted to tell you that we have had a fantastic response. Readers have been most generous and phones and cartridges have been arriving daily.
I would like to take this opportunity to say a very big thank you to you and your readers. This will make a massive difference to our work and will enable us to help those affected by this dreadful disease.
Janine Drew, Fundraising Manager, The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation.
The appeal goes on, so if anyone out there still has an unwanted brick or a used printer cartridge, call 08712 505050, or simply drop your unwanted items in the post to: Roy Castle Recycling Appeal (EL), 31-37 Etna Road, Falkirk FK2 9EG.