ROI Continues to Raise Funds for Charity through their Sustainable Efforts

By teaming up with SE Recycling (SER), Return on Investment Ltd. (ROI) has raised £343.53 for their chosen charity – Centrepoint through the sustainable recycling and disposal of their redundant IT equipment.

With help from SER, ROI ensured that all their retired IT and electronics were sustainably refurbished and reintroduced into the market or recycled, preventing any waste from ending up in landfill. This collaboration not only promotes environmental sustainability but also contributes to community enrichment.


Centrepoint is a leading UK charity dedicated to supporting homeless young people aged 16-25. Founded in 1969, the organisation provides a range of services including housing, healthcare, and education, aimed at helping young people overcome homelessness and build stable futures. With its headquarters in London, Centrepoint operates across various parts of the UK, offering temporary accommodation, long-term support, and skills training. The charity also advocates for policy changes to address the root causes of youth homelessness and works to raise public awareness about the issue. Through its comprehensive support system, Centrepoint strives to empower young individuals to lead independent and successful lives.


ROI Limited delivers a range of effective and integrated outsourced fleet solutions to their clients, resulting in increased operational efficiency, sales, and customer satisfaction.

Traditionally thought of as a lead generation and appointment setting company, ROI Limited has grown and developed a number of services for the automotive sector, supporting the sales, marketing, and fleet areas for vehicle manufacturers, leasing companies, and dealers.

Simon Chow, IT Collections Manager at SE Recycling, commented: “Our collaboration with ROI over the past few years stands as a testament to the great work that can be achieved between industry and community. It highlights the positive impact of recycling on environmental sustainability and local community enrichment.”

Pete Elliston, the Account Director at Return on Investment, says: “We are delighted to announce in partnership with SER, Return on Investment has successfully raised £343.53 for the charity Centrepoint, which provides accommodation and support to homeless people aged 16–25.”

SE Recycling encourages others to follow ROI’s example by donating IT equipment or fundraising for local schools. Interested parties are urged to get in touch to arrange a collection and contribute to this meaningful cause. This model not only helps to protect the environment but also provides critical support to vulnerable youth, fostering a stronger, more supportive community.

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