[Community] Supporting the BHF ‘Bag It, Beat It’ Campaign

Supporting The BHF to help fight heart disease

We're supporting The British Heart Foundation

BAG IT. BEAT IT. 2017

Fill bags with your unwanted stuff to help fund life saving research

This year, in partnership with the Rapid Relief Team (RRT), we're supporting the annual ‘Bag It. Beat It’ campaign to raise vital funds for British Heart Foundation research. The nationwide campaign is run every year by the British Heart Foundation allowing families and individuals throughout the UK to donate £100,000’s of re-saleable goods and clothes to BHF. The funds generated by the sale of these items goes towards the cost of continued research by medical experts into heart diseases.

help support a very worthy cause

We all have people in our lives that have been affected in some way by serious heart conditions, every bag that you donate helps directly to save another life, please join in with us to help support a very worthy cause.

This year the RRT have set themselves to inspire enough people in our lives and communities to donate generously in support of the campaign, to reach 20,000 bags for the British Heart Foundation. This would be worth up to £250,000 of life saving research.


How to Take Part

Simply donate your stuff! Whether you're re-organising the wardrobe or clearing out the garage, simply bag up your unwanted stuff and your decluttering triumph will help fund life saving research.

What To Donate

We’re collecting good quality clothes, shoes, books, handbags, DVDs, CDs, homewares and children’s toys, so please do fill as many bags as you can.

How it Works;

 

Get your bags to us by the 29th September!


Thank you for your support!

Thanks to the generosity of both our staff and customers we managed to collect 34 bags to donate to the BHF Bag It, Beat It campaign.

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As always, we are here to help, not just fulfil orders.

The team at Toolfix are here to help. Just get in touch with a member of our team on 01733 347348.