This Easter, the British Heart Foundation is coming to the rescue of parents nationwide, asking them to clear out all those pre-loved toys and help raise funds for vital heart research. Simply request a free pick up and they will do the rest!
From cuddly toys to train sets – and everything in between – this Easter, the British Heart Foundation is appealing to parents across Britain to stop tripping over those pieces of Lego and call its dedicated team of toy collectors.
To coincide with the Easter break, from Monday 8th April until Friday 12th, the BHF’s nationwide fleet of van drivers will be poised to swoop in and collect toys big and small, with all items donated going towards helping the charity’s research into beating heart disease.
The BHF is asking generous donors to use the #MyToyStory hashtag on social media and tell us a bit about the toy they’re donating. Or why not label up your item and tell the new owner a bit about where it came from.
Last year the BHF made £3 million from the sale of toys alone. Donate your pre-loved toys to your local British Heart Foundation shop and you can help the millions of children and adults across the UK living with heart and circulatory disease.