This spring, the British Heart Foundation is calling on building contractors across the UK to call on their professional services, when taking on a refurb. By letting the charity’s dedicated workforce take away any unwanted items of furniture, contractors will not only cut down on costs but also help raise money for the charity’s vital work.
Getting rid of unwanted furniture during a hotel refurbishment can be an added stress. But for the BHF, beds, wardrobes, desks, chairs, coffee tables and mirrors can all have the potential to raise thousands of pounds for their research into heart and circulatory disease and contribute to the 78,000 tonnes of goods that BHF shops save from landfill each year.
Over the last few years the British Heart Foundation has been working with contractors on a local and national level across the UK, offering a dedicated and tailored one-to-one service, to raise thousands of pounds for the charity’s work.
The charity retailer can fit around busy schedules, whether it’s a one-off collection or an ongoing project and have a fleet of vans ready to swing into action.
Allison Swaine-Hughes, Retail Director at the British Heart Foundation, said: “Our free hotel clearance service has been a fantastic way of raising money for our work over recent years, while also helping to save furniture from landfill.
“We’re delighted to have received so much positive feedback from hotels we have worked with and hope that we can be of assistance to plenty more businesses in the years to come. We have a dedicated team that can ensure a hassle-free and efficient service to support hotels every step of the way.”
To find out more on how you can arrange a clearance with the BHF, head to https://www.bhf.org.uk/shop/donating-goods/hotel-furniture-clearance-service