Local Charities and Community Projects

Kingston Recycling Rewards launched in Spring 2017 to reward residents of flats in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames for their recycling efforts. When residents recycle more they earn Green Points for their community, with 4 communities across Kingston competing to earn the most Green Points.

As part of the scheme we will be giving £4,750 to local charity and community projects every year. The communities with the most Green Points after a year will win the biggest donations. Residents can vote at any time for the charity or community project they would like to support.
In the first year of the scheme, Kingston Recycling Rewards is supporting:
  • Love Kingston
  • Anstee Bridge
  • EnhanceAble
  • Kingston Women's Centre
  • Express CIC

These charities were selected by the Neighbourhood Chairs of each of the involved communities, with Love Kingston selected as a Borough-wide beneficiary.

Charity nominations now open!

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