Recycling for Mercy Ships

If you have any gold, silver, odd earrings, broken chains, costume jewellery and watches, you can recycle them at no cost to you whilst making money for Mercy Ships. Our partners at Recycling for Good Causes will reuse and recycle the jewellery, giving the proceeds to Mercy Ships, saving precious raw materials at the same time.

If you would like to send your jewellery recycling to us pop your items into your own envelope or jiffy bag no larger than A5 in size and post free of charge to:- FREEPOST RSXA-GJBY-ARRZ, MERCY SHIPS, UNIT 14. AMBER BUSINESS VILLAGE. AMBER CLOSE. TAMWORTH, B77 4RP.  If you would like an acknowledgement that the donation has been received please include your contact details. For more information about Recycling for Good Causes, contact: info@recyclingforgoodcauses.org or 0800 633 5323.

Collect 4 Mercy

Go green, save the planet and transform lives. By simply collecting old, unwanted clothes you could raise fund for Mercy Ships. Click here for more info.

Give Shares

Giving shares as gifts means they are free from capital gains tax. Plus you can claim income tax relief on the value of donated shares. Click here to request a free guide to Share Giving by post.

ShareGift

ShareGift accepts small shares valued less than £100 donations which cannot otherwise be sold. There is no charge to use this service and you can suggest Mercy Ships as a beneficiary. Visit www.sharegift.org for more information or click here to request a free guide to Share Giving.

Leftover Currency

Do you have any left over foreign currency from previous holidays? Why not donate it transform lives with Mercy Ships. Click here for more information

Savoo

We’re excited to announce Savoo Search, Save and Raise as our new fundraising partner, and we’d like to introduce you to this innovative way of donating. Simply use Savoo Search as your default search engine (the same way as you would your current search engine) and Savoo will donate 1p for every search. If you’re looking to do some online shopping and want to get a great deal, Savoo has thousands of voucher codes and deals that will help you save money & they will donate to Mercy Ships at the same time. Visit Savoo to sign up today.

Give A Car

Got an old car you want to get rid of? Give it to Giveacar, a UK based fundraising organisation, and they will auction or scrap your car for free, and the money raised will go to Mercy Ships.

Raise money through eBay

Select Mercy Ships as your charity of choice when selling items on e-bay and raise funds for our life-saving work. Click here for more info.

Give As You Live

Shop online with your favourite stores and they'll donate to Mercy Ships – all at no extra cost to you. From John Lewis to Expedia, you can compare thousands of products and brands that will all raise money for any UK cause and get the best deal online. Click here to start shopping now.

Easyfundraising

Did you know that whenever you buy anything online - from your weekly shop to your annual holiday - you could be raising a free donation for Mercy Ships? There are nearly 3,000 retailers including Amazon, John Lewis, Aviva, thetrainline and Sainsbury's, who will donate a percentage of the amount you spend to Mercy Ships to say thank you for shopping with them.

It's really simple, and doesn't cost you anything. All you have to do is:
1. Go to www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/mercyships
2. Sign up for free 
3. Get shopping - your donations will be collected by easyfundraising and automatically sent to Mercy Ships. 

Give a Gift

Do you have an old gift card in your handbag or lurking in a drawer? You can donate it to Mercy Ships – it will help us to treat more people on the Africa Mercy. Its quick and simple and really will make a difference! Click here for more info.

EveryClick

Everyclick.com has launched a new way to donate – it means that every time you search the web, shop on line from your favourite retailers you raise money for Mercy Ships. Click here for more info, and make sure you sign up so you can track your giving.

Charity Auction

Northwood Missionary Auctions (NMA) can auction your unwanted antiques or jewellery, and donate the proceeds to Mercy Ships. NMA ensure we gain the maximum benefit as they guarantee zero or very low commission rates. Howard White, Administrator at NMA, is happy to talk to anyone who feels they may have something to donate. Email enq@nmauctions.org.uk and please quote Mercy Ships when you do so.

Stamp Appeal

Don’t throw away your used postage stamps any more! Mercy Ships can turn them in to cash. Just cut them from the envelope, leaving approximately ¼ inch of paper around them and send them to: Mercy Ships UK Stamps, P.O. Box 6198, Leighton, Buzzard, LU7 9XT.

Recycle Raise Funds

Most households and businesses have facilities to recycle, but what about the stuff you can’t recycle? TerraCycle can collect your previously non-recyclable waste and convert it into a wide range of products and materials. In return you earn TerraCycle points which can be redeemed for a payment of £0.01 per point to Mercy Ships.

Personalised Christmas Cards

Admiral Charity Cards are perfect for sending festive greetings to your friends while raising fund for Mercy Ships.

Cash for Cards

Instead of spending money on Christmas cards for each other at your workplace, use our specially designed Festive Poster to write your Seasons Greetings on and collectively donate the money you would have spent on cards to Mercy Ships.

Christmas Cards

Support Mercy Ships at Christmas and buy your cards us. It’s a great way to spread the word about our work to your friends and family. Visit our store between Sept and Dec.

Gifts in Kind

We seek donations of goods to support our work such as medical equipment, hospital supplies and general consumables. If you or your business can donate items to Mercy Ships, please contact us here.  

We cannot accept second hand medicines: Mercy Ships recognises World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines in improving the quality of drug donations. These guidelines state " No medicines should be donated that have been issued to patients and then returned to a pharmacy or elsewhere, or that have been given to health professionals as free samples."