Supported Charities

I.T.P. are proud to be associated with The Born Free Foundation and Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital. These two charities are the current charities supported by I.T.P.’s charitable collection programs.

Born Free Foundation

The Born Free Foundation was founded in 1984 and takes its name and inspiration from the feature classic wildlife film 'Born Free'. Born Free works throughout the world to alleviate animal suffering, investigate cruelty and to protect threatened species.

Born Free has many ongoing projects ranging from rescuing lions and tigers from lives of misery, providing sanctuary for orphaned chimpanzees and helping to protect the Eastern Lowland Gorillas from becoming extinct.

Recent Born Free documentaries presented by Martin Clunes have helped raise the awareness of the plight of the world's wildlife and given a great insight into the tremendous work that The Born Free Foundation does. The Born Free award winning website gives more information about all its activities.

With your help, by donating your used mobile phones, empty toner and inkjet cartridges, you can help The Born Free Foundation work towards offering animals a better life and brighter future.

Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital

Every year, Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital cares for more than 22,000 inpatients and 76,000 outpatients. Children are referred to the Hospital from all over the world with the rarest, most complex and often life threatening illnesses.

Since it first opened in 1852, the Hospital has relied on public support to provide the best care possible for its patients. Funds are continuously needed to extend this pioneering research, buy the best in new equipment and provide family support services.

With your help, by donating your empty toner and inkjet cartridges, you too can help the Hospital work towards offering seriously ill children the hope of a healthier future.

For more information on Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital please visit their website