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Help us “stamp” out diabetes

Help us “stamp” out diabetes

Did you know that used postage stamps can be recycled and turned into cash for charity?

Published: Jan 16, 2018
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We are asking DRWF supporters to help us raise funds by sending us their used postage stamps.

All types of stamps are useful whether they are first or second class stamps, from Britain or from overseas.

They can all be recycled and turned into funds to help us to continue our work in supporting those people who have diabetes.

Collected stamps should be submitted still attached to their backing paper, and cut out with a border of around 4mm to 8mm remaining around the perforated edge of the stamp.

When you have collected sufficient stamps to fill an envelope, please send them to:

DRWF, FREEPOST SCE9746, The Roundhouse, Northney Marina, Hayling Island, Hampshire, POll 0BR

If you use a postage stamp on the envelope, it helps keep costs down for the charity.

Why not ask your friends and family to join in and help to raise money for charity by recycling their stamps as well?


If you have any questions please call DRWF Community Fundraiser Karen Scott on: 023 92636138, or email:

Your support is most appreciated!


Find out more about fundraising for DRWF here
To see how DRWF spent money in 2016, please see our 2016 Annual Report
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