Continuing their pledge to help Mission Christmas by being a drop off point for those wishing to buy an ‘extra gift’ for a child who otherwise might end up with no presents this Christmas, B&M Waste Services are further supporting the Birkenhead HQ by offering free waste collections to ensure as much of the packaging is recycled as possible.

Gifts are sorted by the Cash for Kids team and volunteers at the Birkenhead base. The gifts are signed for and collected by the organisation who have applied on behalf of the children they work with. The organisation then wrap and distribute the gifts to the children they are supporting.

Neil Curtis, Managing Director at B&M Waste Services said “As a local, family business, we strongly believe that no child should ever experience Christmas without a gift. We are proud to have supported Mission Christmas for a number of years and pleased to be able to assist further with removal of the packaging from the centre for recycling. Let’s make Christmas extra special for every child!”

Laura Charlton, Cash for Kids Charity Manager said “Our Mission Christmas appeal would not be a success without the support of our corporate partners and we’re delighted that B&M Waste Services are a part of Team Cash for Kids.

It is important to us that no child goes without a gift at Christmas and year on year the Mission Christmas appeal grows, generating a considerable amount of waste in the process. It is important to us that the waste is not sent to landfill and is recycled where possible as we want to ensure that we not only support children at Christmas, but also protect the environment for future generations.

We can’t thank the team at B&M Waste Services enough for collecting the waste at no cost to the charity. This ensures that every penny raised during the appeal will go directly to the children and families who need it most.””

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