Rullion Hits Milestone, Raising in Excess of £2000 for Teenage Cancer Trust

In partnership with SE Recycling (SER), the specialist recruitment firm have successfully raised a grand total of £2148.41 for Teenage Cancer Trust through the recycling and disposal of their IT equipment.

Working in conjunction with SER for the last 3 years, Rullion have sustainably recycled 100’s of IT and electrical devices. In turn, SER has been able to maximise the value of these devices and turn it into funds for their charity of choice Teenage Cancer Trust.

Rullion’s most recent donation of £407.01 helped the company reach in total an excess of £2000 for charity just through the disposal of their e-waste.

For over 30 years Teenage Cancer Trust has worked in partnership with the NHS to create cancer services for teenagers and young adults across the UK. They’ve built a network of 28 age-appropriate hospital wards and funded a dedicated team of over 100 nurses and youth support coordinators, who are experts in meeting the unique and complex needs of 13-24 yr olds with cancer.

Teenage Cancer Trust has a specialist unit in almost every major NHS cancer treatment hospital across England, where they fund expert nurses, Youth Support Coordinators and Multidisciplinary Team Coordinators to provide the very best care and support for young people facing cancer.

They fund specialist outreach nurses who work regionally across the country, helping make sure every young person with cancer has access to expert care, no matter where they are.

And they drive change for young people with cancer through policy work, in Westminster and as part of the stakeholder group which supports the All Party Parliamentary Group on Cancer.

Emma Cross, Relationship Manager at Teenage Cancer Trust said: “Cancer is tough, and can leave teenagers and young people feeling isolated, scared and out of control. It can have a lasting impact on their future, even for those who recover.

Teenage Cancer Trust puts young people in the best possible place, physically, mentally and emotionally, for their cancer treatment and beyond.

We are completely dependent on donations to achieve this as we receive no Government funding which is why the continued support of Rullion via their IT recycling efforts is so vital. We are hugely thankful to Rullion and SE Recycling for their ongoing most valued support! Together, we can reach every young person facing cancer.”

Gary Mo, Managing Director of SE Recycling commented: “Rullion’s great achievement has shown that even through the current adversities organisations face at the moment, businesses like Rullion are still striving to provide support to their local community, the environment and amazing causes.

Lauren Kendall, Marketing Executive at Rullion said “We are pleased to once again partner with SE and the Recycling program they provide. Hitting our milestone of £2000 has been extremely important to Rullion as we not only have the

opportunity to support charities like the Teenage Cancer Trust, who do crucial work improving the lives of young cancer patients, we are also contributing towards creating a greener and more sustainable planet by recycling our IT equipment, which ties into Rullion’s ethos around creating a cleaner environment”

The work Teenage Cancer Trust does for young people with cancer is life-changing and for SE Recycling to be involved in helping support this great cause is a huge honour.”

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