Donate unwanted gifts to a local charity and you might be on TV
10th January 2012
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Got a load of stuff for Christmas that you don’t really need? West London charity Healthy Planet would love you to donate your unwanted gifts to their “Stuff for Free” project and you might end up on TV too!

Having successfully launched 'Adopt land' online and 'Books for Free' in shopping areas all around the country, Healthy Planet is launching 'Stuff for Free' in a 17,000 sq ft warehouse in West London's Park Royal Industrial Estate (Acton).  This is your chance to declutter your home of things you don't want anymore but someone else will benefit from.

Redistributing is a vital step in promoting re-use and giving, taking or both during the post Xmas 'Stuff for Free' season is a great start to the new year.

Healthy Planet is going to be featured on BBC Breakfast and BBC News over the weekend of 14-15 January 2012.

If you could come along on 12 January at midday or 13 January in the morning, with 'Stuff to Give' that would give the BBC crew something to film and someone to interview.

'Giving' carries on right until 23 Jan 2012 and after some sorting time then you can come back for the 'Take' time on the weekend of 28/29 Jan 2012.  Fuller details will follow.

Stuff for Free is also looking for volunteers to help with the project – see their website for details.

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