COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT PROJECT 

FEB 2020

LAUNCHED

£2000

AVAILABLE PER GRANT

5

GRANTS AVALIABLE IN 2020

WHAT IS THE COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT PROJECT?

 

Setting up an entirely new recycling centre takes a lot of donations and time to create a sustainable project.

 

However, more and more people are recycling in some way or form. Whether its collecting waste from their local community to sell to a larger recycling centre or running workshops to raise awareness on the problems of plastic pollution at schools.

The Recycle Rebuild's Community Empowerment Project is set up to recognize these plastic recycling warriors and help them increase their impact by providing them with the correct tools and knowledge. Further strengthing their efforts.

HOW DO WE DO THIS?

 

Recycle Rebuild has found that sometimes a simple donation of tools, machines or moulds can create a huge difference to the productivity and profitability of a recycling start-up in rural communities.

To help Recycle Rebuild allocates the generous financial donations from our donors to be used to purchase the tools and equipment to bolster existing grassroots business and educational facilities around the world.

 

In return, we ask the beneficiary to record their usage of the machines and moulds to help us communicate to our donors how much their contribution has benefited the community including data on volumes of waste recycled and workshops held.  

WHAT CAN MY DONATION GET?

Right now we are focusing our resources on 3 items in particular. Help us meet our targets by funding the donation of an item!

Own a Precious Plastic workspace and could benefit from the donation of one of these 3 items?

Apply below.

CARABINER MOULD

£150

INJECTION MACHINE

£1500

PLASTIC SHREDDER

£5500

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