Celebrating 10 years of supporting
community and good causes…

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Our impact

For more than 10 years, Greenredeem members have been generously donating their earned points to local good causes, schools and national charities, generating cash grants in excess of £165,600 to more than 232 projects.

We want to celebrate our impact and thank our members for supporting projects big and small.

Schools and local good causes

Community underpins everything we do at Greenredeem. Allowing our members to nominate and support good causes and schools in their community has been a powerful motivator, evidenced through their generosity.

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National Donations

Our members have supported some of the UK’s most well-known charities. Through voting with their earned points, our members’ nominated charities can receive up to £1,000 per quarter.

Good news stories

Money off

Greenredeem picks up litter with the Prime Minister

Greenredeem joined Maidenhead Matters and The Prime Minister to take part in The Great British Spring Clean. Donned in a Greenredeem high-vis jacket, Mrs.May spent the morning litter picking in her constituency of Maidenhead, Berkshire.

March 2019

Comic Relief

Help for Heroes receive £1,000 through Greenredeem campaign

In our last round of National Donations, Greenredeem members donated 1,443,061 points to Help For Heroes. As a result of your generosity they came 1st place in our league table, securing a grant of £1,000.

July 2019

Money off

£50,000 on offer to schools to recycle their plastic bottles

Launched in February, 25 schools from the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead (RBWM) have the chance to earn £2,000 each by recycling their used bottles.

May 2019

Plastic Bottle Recycling

Working with schools across the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, Greenredeem took on the challenge of raising awareness and educating children about marine plastics.

In partnership with Plastic Oceans, a series of lesson plans were created to educate and encourage a healthy relationship with plastic. Where single use plastics was unavoidable, we wanted to ensure is was captured and recycled.

Our innovative bottle-to-bottle recycling pilot enabled schools to receive a 5 pence donation for each bottle collected and scanned through their reverse vending machine.

If you would like to find out more please click here


bottles recycled


donated to schools

3.8 Tonnes

of plastic recycled

25 schools

taking part in the scheme