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Recycle your stamps and printer cartridges

Did you know your used stationery can be turned into funds to help stop MS?

This is your chance to do something for the environment and support our work at the same time. Whether your office is your armchair or you get your whole floor at work involved, every penny helps stop MS.

Recycle your old stamps

John Dawson, until his passing in 2012, collected used stamps and sold them on, donating the money raised to us. His son, Derek Dawson now continues his work.

Derek relies on people like you sending him used stamps. He would love your help to continue and increase his fundraising work.

All you need to do is:

  • cut out the stamps, try to leave a border of about 1 cm
  • send them to this address:
    MS Stamps
    PO BOX 698
    PE29 9LN

Lots of stamps?

If you have over 5kg of stamps to send please contact Derek directly as he can arrange courier collection (at his expense) -

Recycle inkjet and laser printer cartridges

Send your used printer cartridges to the recycling factory and solve the messy problem of what to do with them once and for all.

Each inkjet cartridge successfully recycled could raise up to £3.50. Get your work place or business involved and raise funds to stop MS.

Donate your cartridges on the recycling factory website

Make a donation

Help us be there for everyone with MS

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£10could help us support someone calling our MS Helpline

£20could pay for one hour of research to help us understand and manage MS fatigue

£30could help run the MS Forum, giving over 27,000 people a place to come together as a community

Every penny you give us really does help us stop MS.

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£10a month could help stock our research labs with essential supplies

£20a month for a year could help fund a short break for someone with MS

£30a month could help train an MS Helpline volunteer to support hundreds of people with MS

Your regular donation means we can keep funding world class MS research with confidence. Together we will stop MS.

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