Give by recycling

Recycling is very easy, costs nothing, reduces the amount of waste going to landfill and raises much needed funds for the Macular Society. 

Inkjet Printer cartridges 

Recycle your empty inkjet printer cartridges by requesting recycling envelopes from Graeme Davis on 01264 321 969, or at We receive £1 on average for each inkjet cartridge from our recycling partner, Recycle4Charity. They accept inkjet cartridges from Hewlett Packard, Lexmark, Canon, Neopost, Samsung or Dell. However, they do not accept Brother, Epson or Kodak cartridges.  


Every car or motorbike has a value, whether it is roadworthy or only good for scrap. GiveaCar is a social enterprise that allows you to donate your old car or motorbike, just as you might donate old clothes to a charity shop. GiveaCar aims to raise as much money as possible for registered charities like ours as well as recycle cars to the highest environmental standards.   

The process is very simple. When you call GiveaCar they will arrange for your car to be collected, at no cost to you and will either sell it at a salvage auction, or dispose of it through an authorised recycling treatment facility. Please note that Giveacar do charge an admin fee to cover their basic costs so if you do wish for your car to get the best possible donation value, we suggest selling your car privately in order to achieve the best price. For further information, or to arrange to donate your unwanted car or metal item, please telephone GiveaCar on 0207 736 4242. Alternatively, please follow the link below to the GiveaCar website where you can find out more.  

Used postage stamps

Don’t throw away your used postage stamps. The Macular Society, in partnership with Paul Roebuck, can sell them to raise much needed funds.

Simply cut round each stamp leaving a maximum 5mm of used envelope, being careful not to damage the stamp. For every kilo of UK stamps collected, £11 is donated to the Macular Society, and for Foreign Stamps (Inc Isle of Man & The Channel Islands) it's £20 per kilo. Stamp collections may also be sold. 

Stamps can be donated by sending them to: Paul Roebuck, 59 Mitre Copse, Bishopstoke, Eastleigh, Hampshire SO50 8QE

Large freepost envelopes can be requested by phoning Paul on 07599 830966