Paper Round, a waste management and business recycling firm, has been working with The Children’s Literacy Charity since January 2015. Sammy Badraia, Secure Paper ITAD Manager for Paper Round, explains the partnership.

“It is important to Paper Round to support a charity doing so much to help children and young people who are struggling to develop their literacy skills. We donate the value of a tutoring session for every 10 PCs or laptops collected from customers. We’ve also taken part in fundraising events, including taking on the challenge of the Vitality Run (a 10km run around central London) and staging a Fabulous Friday event where members of the team donned colourful outfits.

In 2018, we celebrated our 1000th tuition donation. It’s a great achievement, but there is much more we can do. We have had such a great response from our IT Asset Disposal customers in supporting a great charity. We can build on this success and continue to help battle literacy difficulties in London, Essex and Manchester.’”

Our partnership with: Paper Round

Paper Round, a waste management and business recycling firm, has been working with The Children’s Literacy Charity since January 2015. Sammy Badraia, Secure Paper ITAD Manager for Paper Round, explains the partnership.

“It is important to Paper Round to support a charity doing so much to help children and young people who are struggling to develop their literacy skills. We donate the value of a tutoring session for every 10 PCs or laptops collected from customers. We’ve also taken part in fundraising events, including taking on the challenge of the Vitality Run (a 10km run around central London) and staging a Fabulous Friday event where members of the team donned colourful outfits.

In 2018, we celebrated our 1000th tuition donation. It’s a great achievement, but there is much more we can do. We have had such a great response from our IT Asset Disposal customers in supporting a great charity. We can build on this success and continue to help battle literacy difficulties in London, Essex and Manchester.’”