Want to support our work in village India but don’t have the time to take on a challenge or hold an event? No problem – here are some free & easy ways to help us!


Fancy some retail therapy? Great – because you can help us just by shopping online!

Raising money through Give as you Live couldn’t be easier. You can shop online with all of your favourite retailers (Marks & Spencer, Amazon, British Airways, John Lewis, ASOS – just to name a few!) & raise a free donation for us, at no extra cost to you. The retailers will simply donate a percentage of your spend straight to us, so whether you’re booking a holiday, taking out a phone contract, switching energy suppliers, doing your weekly food shop or simply treating yourself, you’ll be helping us deliver livelihood projects in village India. Watch the video to find out more!

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Have you got old or unwanted jewellery at home? A laptop you’ve been meaning to bin for ages? How about some postage stamps or some foreign currency you’ve never got round to changing back?

We’re committed to a sustainable and environmentally-friendly approach to development, but why should that stop at our projects?

Recycling your stuff not only reduces the demand for raw materials and the amount of rubbish that goes to landfill, it also raises additional income to support our work. So if you’ve got old, broken or unwanted jewellery (whether it’s a diamond tiara or a cheap costume necklace), coins & notes of any currency, old gadgets you’ve been meaning to get rid of for ages or new or used postage stamps, please recycle them for us. Click here to see the full list of items you can recycle for us.

Jewellery & currency

To recycle your unwanted jewellery or currency, simply pop it in a sealed envelope and send it to:

Unit 14
Amber Business Village
Amber Close
B77 4RP

Postage Stamps

Whether they’re normal 1st or 2nd class stamps, first day covers or collectors’ albums, please send your stamps to be recycled to:

Jeevika Trust
PO Box 16992
Sutton Coldfield
B73 9YA


Please contact us for more information about recycling mobile phones, digital or film cameras, Sat Navs, games consoles, MP3 players, laptops or tablets.


Do you use social media? If so, please help us by liking & sharing our content!

There are over 1.5 billions Facebook users and 320 million active Twitter accounts around the world – that’s a lot of people! It’s also a huge potential audience for our message so if you’re a social media user, please like our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter and help us spread the word by liking and sharing our posts!

We also share lots of interesting articles, blog posts, photos and updates from our livelihood projects on social media, so it’s one of the best ways to keep up with all of our latest news and to find out first hand the impact our work has on rural communities in India.


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