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Recycle your Christmas Tree

 

This year, leave the effort of getting rid of your Christmas tree to us!


If you live in Exeter, there’s now an easy way to recycle your Christmas tree and help local people with a terminal diagnosis at the same time. 
 

From the 11-13 January 2019 Hospiscare volunteers will be heading out in force to collect and recycle your Christmas trees.

 

Christmas Tree Recycling Scheme

 

How to sign up your tree
 

Visit the JustHelping website: https://charityxmastreecollection.com/who-we-support/hospiscare-devon/

  • Check that your postcode is covered by our collection
  • Select your donation amount
  • Follow the online instructions about where to leave your tree

Click here to sign up your tree

 


 

About this collection

Please support Hospiscare and help us to continue providing palliative and end of life care to the local community. We will collect and recycle your Christmas tree and suggest a donation of £10 per tree to go towards vital patient care and family support. Please note, we do not receive any funding for disposing of your tree.


Hospiscare nurse, Emma, with a Christmas TreeHere’s how your donation can make a difference in providing funds for patient care:

  • £15 would pay for a cosy fleece blanket for a patient staying on the ward
  • £27 would cover the cost of a bed in the ward for one hour
  • £37 would pay for an hour’s specialist bereavement care
  • £51 would pay for a home visit by a community nurse

 

Our volunteers will be collecting in the following area:

EX1     EX2     EX3     EX4   

 

 

Collections will take place between Friday 11th January and Sunday 13th January 2019. Please ensure your tree is outside your house by 8am on Friday 11th January to ensure a speedy collection and clearly marked ‘Hospiscare pick up’.

Don’t miss out, please register your tree by 7 January at 8am.

 


 

 

 

Are you able to help?

Do you have a vehicle that could be used to pick up Christmas trees?

Do you want to get some much needed post-Christmas exercise?

We would be happy as a kid at Christmas, if you were able to lend a hand and some muscle, to pick up trees which will then be recycled.

You’ll be supporting a great local cause, Hospiscare, whilst making sure that trees are put to good use following the festivities.

Please get in touch to volunteer: email fundraising@hospiscare.co.uk

 


 

Don’t have time to get out and pick up a tree for Christmas?  Don’t panic!

JustHelping have formed a partnership with ‘Forest and Fir’, a company that supply premium grade Christmas trees from

 sustainable plantations in the UK. The Christmas trees are delivered direct to your door on a date and time of the buyer’s choice when they place an order online at the Forest and Fir website.

For every tree that is ordered, Forest and Fir will make a donation to JustHelping (£5 for a small tree of 5ft and below and £10 for a large tree over 6ft).

JustHelping is a non-for-profit organisation so these donations will increase their distributions to hospices and other charitable organisations.

 


To find out about other ways you can support Hospiscare this Christmas, click here
 

Christmas Trees can be recycled