‘Give It Don’t Bin It’ End of Year Campaign

Manchester Student Homes is delighted to be working in partnership with colleagues from across The University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester City Council and The British Heart Foundation (BHF), as part of the award-winning campaign ‘Give It Don’t Bin It’. This campaign enables students and long-term residents to donate unwanted belongings at the end of the academic year.

Many of you will be receiving BHF donation packs, which will be delivered by student volunteers ready for students’ end of tenancies. These packs will contain information about how to donate, and donation bags. Several thousand packs are to be delivered and any donations will make a real difference to people living with heart disease.

The BHF packs will be distributed to the following streets:

Pack Delivery Locations
If your property is not on the list you can pick up the BHF packs from our office. Just let us know how many you need in advance on 0161 275 7680 or by emailing us:
Email MSH
We have a food collection bin located in the office and welcome any unopened, non-perishable food that you or your tenants wish to donate.

The Manchester City Wide Partnership running under the ‘Give It Don’t Bin It’ campaign won the 2018 Retail Charity Partner Heart Hero Award.

Left to Right: Oliver Larke (MCC), Penny Chan (MSH), Al Clarke (representing UoM),
Kevin Davy-White (X-Factor 2017 Finalist) and Mark Miles (M’cr Met)
The campaign has diverted the equivalent of 289 tonnes of items from landfill. For more info you and/or your student tenants can visit the partnership website:
Give It Don’t Bin It
Since 2012 your unwanted items have raised close to £1.7 million for the British Heart Foundation – let’s continue to work together to make this a continued success!
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