A charity can only function property with enough funds. Most of these are acquired through donations, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t work on its own to generate its own income to fund projects. PCF recognises the need for the charity to gain financial stability and sustainability, and is focused on achieving that through income generation projects in the Philippines, which also involve
the communities we are working with as part of PCF’s system.
PCF has started its own collection of waste materials from office blocks and schools to provide raw materials to make PCF products. Small quantities of recyclable materials are also sold to help generate funds.
PCF Products for Sale
Glossy magazines and leaflets are collected from publishers and individuals in both Europe and the Philippines and are made into beads for necklaces, pendants, bracelets, earrings and household items.
The ring pull tabs from canned drinks and foods are collected from a variety of places throughout the Philippines and globally. Recently Coca-Cola Philippines has formed a partnership with PCF and Coca-Cola customers in the Philippines to collect as many ring pull tabs from their products as possible. They are then made in to stunning handbags, accessories, and jewellery.
Recycled juice packs or doy packs have been collected on the dump site, washed and cleaned and sewn and made into shopping bags, pencil cases and aprons.
A local printer in the Philippines supplies PCF with printed tarpaulin that is recovered from the cities billboards, we then make this into bags and aprons.
Used toothpaste tubes are collected mainly from the UK and are used to make fantastic shopping and cosmetic bags.
The proceeds from these products are also invested back into the education of a child worker.
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For more details on how you can help with collecting recyclables, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone (0044) 01489 790219