Turn Your Empty Baby Wipe Pouches In To Cash

Count the Kicks wants them plus baby food pouches & used stamps

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Count The Kicks aims to educate mums-to-be on the importance of monitoring baby movements and to seek medical advice when a change to normal patter occurs. A baby's movement can indicate its wellbeing, and by understanding their baby, mums can be empowered to trust their instincts and ensure the healthy delivery of their baby.

The charity has grown exponentially since it was founded in 2010 and a recent meeting with the UK Minister for Heath was so successful that leaflets will now be going in all Bounty Packs and be given to midwives across the UK for distribution. As exciting a prospect as this is, the charity relies completely on public donations, and a huge amount of money is needed to fund these leaflets.

Maria Amarasinghe is the local regional collector and she is asking you not to put these items in the bin! She said: "As a Regional Collector, the waste that I collect and send to the recycling company is turned into funds for the charity. The items that I am currently collecting are empty baby wipe packets, empty baby food pouches and used stamps."

Not only is she asking individuals to donate their 'rubbish' but she is also calling on all local nurseries, GP's, community centers or shops to host a recycling bin for the donations to be placed in. If you can help please email ctkrecyclingputney@gmail.com or send her a facebook message at www.facebook.com/groups/1483237098612040/

November 20, 2014