Competition for Samsung NX200 Camera From EcoKids Fundraising Project for Schools & Clubs in UK is Due to Finish This Month

Competition for Samsung NX200 Camera From EcoKids Fundraising Project for Schools & Clubs in UK is Due to Finish This Month

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“EcoKids Fundraising Project for Schools & Clubs in UK”

EcoKids Textile Recycling Project has been designed to provide free and easy fundraising for schools, clubs and youth organisations to raise money through textile recycling. With our fundraising scheme everything from registering to collection is completely free!

EcoKids launched its first competition a year ago and it is due to finish this month! You could be in with the chance of winning Samsung NX200 digital camera!! It’s one that every member can take part in! Every quarter (three months) any member who had a collection was entered into the competition. The winner of each quarter was then entered into the end of year final (which the end of this month) where whoever collected the most will win the top prize of Samsung NX200 digital camera!! All finalists will receive a prize. You still have a chance to participate in the draw!

The more bags you fill, the more money you will raise and closer you are to winning our main price Samsung NX200 digital camera! We are going to make further exciting competitions in future — so keep your eyes peeled!

As well as aiming to generate funds for schools, clubs and youth organizations, ECOKIDS:

  • Raise awareness about textile recycling
  • Educates children on the importance of recycling
  • Increase recycling rates and helps divert large amounts of textiles going to landfill sites.
  • Helps deprived families around the world with affordable clothing

To get more information or to book your collection please visit www.ecokidsproject.co.uk or call 0330 999 4560.

Media Contact
Company Name: Unicare, EcoKids
Contact Person: Roz
Email: Send Email
Phone: 00443309994560
City: Leeds
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://ecokidsproject.co.uk/

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