Recycle your inkjet cartridges and mobile phones to raise money for I CAN and protect the environment. It’s so easy, you just need to follow this link and register online. You can order freepost bags to return your items in, or even arrange for a box of wanted items to be collected, free of charge!
You can also monitor your account to see how much you’ve raised and each quarter an automatic payment will be made to I CAN. This is a truly free and easy way to raise money to transform the lives of children who struggle to communicate.
Donate by giving on eBay
eBay for Charity is an easy way for you to support I CAN, allowing you to list an item on eBay and donate a percentage of your final sale value directly to I CAN. When selling an item on eBay you can donate some or all your proceeds to I CAN.
All you have to do is select I CAN from the list of charities and choose a percentage of the proceeds that you wish to donate between 10 and 100 percent.
MissionFish, the charity who manages the eBay donation process, will then collect your donation when the auction ends and pass the money on to I CAN.
Please remember to claim gift aid on your donation.
If you would like to find out more about eBay for Charity, please visit the eBay for Charity website.
Donate by using the internet for shopping
Would you like to help our schools get some extra equipment for free? There is no cost to you and all you have to do is shop online, usually with your favourite companies.
Schoolfunds.co.uk is a shopping directory website, which raises funds for educational equipment.
Just go to www.schoolfunds.co.uk
Follow the directions to register Dawn House or Meath School as your chosen school to benefit and then browse the directory to find the company you wish to shop with.
Make your selection and place your order. Once the transaction is confirmed, the company notifies schoolfunds and the school is allocated the points. Once the school has received enough points, they can order equipment.
It’s just that easy with no sign up or log in details necessary!