Householders from St Albans who are planning to spring clean and de-clutter their homes this month can help provide life-changing assistance for children from the city at the same time.
Anyone cleaning out cupboards and finding old mobile phones, MP3 players, CDs and DVDs they no longer want can give them away to be recycled to raise funds for Bibic - a national charity.
Geoff Cummins, Chief Executive from the charity, said: "The money raised from recycling these unwanted items will go towards our work changing the lives of children with developmental difficulties.
"Not only will the donors feel that they have gained some extra space at home they will also feel great about saving these items from going to landfill and also helping children achieve a better life."
Bibic helps children and young people aged from six months to 18-years-old with conditions affecting their social, communication and learning abilities. These include developmental conditions such as autism, cerebral palsy, Downs syndrome and brain injury.
To make a donation contact 01458 253344 or visit www.bibic.org.uk./