Keighley Volunteer Centre in Partnership with the James Project have over the last year engaged with local communities to make a difference to the area in which people live.
Ideas and projects are generated by local community groups who come forward looking for support and engagement. The Volunteer Centre helps to co-ordinate and empower these groups to take their ideas forward. Often seeking out the services and donations of time and resources from local companies and tradesmen.
We have been able to engage with and build an extensive range of volunteers who have selflessly given up their time and energy to make a difference to their local area. This initiative has helped to engage with people of all ages and diverse communities by empowering individuals to be proud of the community in which they live and want to make a difference.
By placing Recycling bins in the local area, and raising awareness of the projects we work on will help us to fund and ensure this work continues.
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
Too much clothing is sent to landfill.
This equates to £25 million every year . This is waste and needs to stop.
Do you realise it can take between 30 - 40 years for nylon clothing to decompose at landfill.
This clothing recycling project is the first step in helping to reduce this unnecessary waste. Not only are we making our environment cleaner, and giving a cleaner world for future generations, this project also helps to make a difference to local communities.
HELP US STOP THIS UNNECESSARY WASTE AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
Steps to get it done:
Thank you for your interest in this project
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