Return on Investment Ltd raises funds for charity by Recycling their IT equipment

North-west based company Return on Investment Ltd have successfully raised £702.12 for local charity The Wingate Centre by recycling their unwanted and redundant IT equipment.

Working with SER, Return on Investment Ltd were able to ensure all their IT equipment and electronics were sustainably refurbished and put back into the market or recycled, ensuring nothing goes to landfill.

The Wingate Special Children’s Trust is an independent charity devoted to enriching the lives of children and young people with all levels of physical and learning disability or who are disadvantaged. Based at the Wingate Centre near Nantwich, Cheshire, their site comprises of a 23-bedroom specialised accommodation facility and a 7,000 square foot, fully fitted gymnasium. This combination of facilities is unique and complementary and particularly helpful to people with disabilities as it helps develop core physical, cognitive and emotional skills and develops self-esteem through achievement, encouragement and recognition.

Nigel Sandiford, CEO at Return On Investment Ltd commented “I would like to thank Kim Mellor and Suzi Walker-Jordan who led the initiative to work with SER to responsibly recycle our old IT equipment from our Nantwich office, choosing to support the fantastic work done by The Wingate Centre.  We will be looking to do a similar exercise from our Milton Keynes offices and looking for a local charity for support.”

Simon Chow, Collections Manager at SE Recycling commented “It is incredibly rewarding being able to help our clients achieve their social value goals, especially if it means we get to help raise funds for such a great cause like the Wingate Centre.”