There are lots of ways you can help WasteAid UK

With your help, WasteAid UK can help more communities tackle the waste problem and provide local jobs in recycling.

Tell your friends – Help us spread the word by inviting your friends and colleagues to follow our news.

Shop for WasteAid – Whenever you buy anything online – from your weekly shop to your annual holiday – you could be collecting free donations for WasteAid UK. It couldn’t be easier – click on the image below to be taken to the easyfundraising site.


Fundraise – Organise and take part in fun activities to raise awareness and funds for WasteAid UK. See our A-Z of fundraising ideas for some inspiration – and make it into our Hall of Fame (scroll down to find out more….)

Recycle for WasteAid – Put your waste to good use by joining our Terracycle programme, perfect for at home, in the community or at work.


Support us – Donate money through regular or one-off donations. For the prices of a weekly cup of coffee, you can help WasteAid UK make lasting change.

Don’t Send a Card – Reduce waste and raise money for WasteAid UK by sending an e-card to friends and family. Choose from a range of designs and simply donate the cost of a card and stamp to WasteAid UK.

Partner – Support WasteAid at work by making us your Charity of the Year or by adding an optional donation through customer bills. Please contact us for more information.

Book a speaker – Invite us to talk at your conference or event, or to launch your WasteAid UK fundraiser.

Join us – Are you a Waste or Development Professional who could contribute time and expertise? Join WasteAid UK and help tackle the waste crisis.

We welcome new partnerships with development organisations and the international donor community. Please contact WasteAid UK for further information about how we can help you achieve your goals through waste management and recycling projects.



Our supporters have done some pretty impressive things to raise money and awareness for WasteAid UK…

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A 22-mile hike by Frith Resource Management raised nearly £200 for WasteAid

A 22-mile hike by Paul Frith and Leanne Trow of Frith Resource Management raised nearly £200 for WasteAid

Two members of the FRM team completed the Bridgnorth Walk a 22-mile trek which includes walking up and down Brown Clee hill (the highest hill in Shropshire (1170ft)). They completed the walk in just over 5 hours and raised just under £200 in sponsorship through JustGiving. They thoroughly enjoyed the challenge, the weather conditions were perfect and not too many blisters either!


CDEnviro’s WasteAid Week 2016

CDEnviro on a sponsored litter pick for WasteAid UK

CDEnviro on a sponsored litter pick for WasteAid

CDEnviro sponsored a week full of different fundraising events in support of WasteAid Week 2016! Ranging from a Tacky Tie contest, to Guess the Number of Sweets, to a clothing drive and multiple litter-picks throughout the community, the week flew by as CDEnviro featured various activities to raise both awareness and money for WasteAid UK. Finishing up the week with a 5K run, CDEnviro was excited to receive support throughout the company in order to finish the week of fundraising on such a high note with incredible participation and engagement.

In just one week, our fundraising heroes at CDEnviro raised over £1,400! Huge thanks to everyone involved.


Chartered Institution of Wastes Management Gala Dinner 2016

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CIWM Gala Dinner – what a generous bunch!

In September 2016 the UK waste management sector came together for the RWM exhibition and glittering CIWM Gala Dinner. Thanks to the generosity of individuals who appreciate the importance of waste management around the world (and some superb auctioning by the BBC’s Garry Richardson) we raised over £7,000! A huge thanks to CIWM and everyone who attended the event.


The Great Re-Cycle raises over £1,000 for WasteAid UK

WasteAid UK fundraisers arrive at Waterloo Station in central London

Fundraisers arrive at Waterloo Station in London

Having covered a 70 mile route covered the entire length of the Basingstoke Canal, along the River Wey and finally the River Thames, our team of cyclists completed their sponsored bike ride at London Waterloo Station, raising a whopping £1,000 in sponsorship through JustGiving.

Congratulations to everyone who participated and thanks for supporting WasteAid UK, let’s hope you inspire others too, because #wastematters!


Walk for Waste is a Fundraising Success

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Fundraisers arrive at the summit of Mount Snowdon on the ‘Walk for Waste’

WasteAid UK’s first major fundraising event saw twenty five people climb to the top of Mount Snowdon to help tackle the global waste crisis. Our sponsorship page is looking incredible and we’d like to congratulate the Walk for Waste team for their amazing support.

This was the first major fundraising event for WasteAid UK and we have been thrilled at the enthusiasm shown by everyone involved. It’s not easy climbing a mountain, and the view from the top looks, well, a little grey – but your efforts were well worthwhile!

Sponsored Sky Dive

Carolyn Couch skydiving for WAUK 5

Carolyn Couch jumped from a plane on a sponsored skydive for WasteAid UK!

Carolyn Couch, Waste and Recycling Manager at the University of Southampton, has leapt from a plane to raise money for WasteAid UK. There’s still time to sponsor Carolyn for this brave feat please, so please visit our JustGiving page. Thanks Carolyn – what a star!

What will YOU do to raise awareness and funds for WasteAid UK? Contact



Good news – you don’t have to cycle 70 miles, climb a mountain, or even jump from a plane to support WasteAid UK. If you’re more of an armchair supporter why not check out our WasteAid UK T-shirts and hoodies?

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Click here to order yours today – they’re organic, ethical and 100% of the profits will go to support WasteAid UK.

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Each of these paving slabs each contains around 200 waste plastic bags that could have ended up in the oceans #oceanplastic #wastematters…

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