Return / Collection of Filled Boxes

If you have received your boxes from a local Rotary Club or other organisation, please contact them first to arrange for them to collect your boxes locally.

We can only collect our own completed shoeboxes (see picture)   Minimum collection 25 boxes
You have several ways of returning filled boxes to us, and it will depend on where your boxes are stored. They should ALL be ready, and in one venue if collection is required.
• Deliver to a local  warehouse
• Complete the form below to request collection of filled boxes

Although we are still not able to take any requests for boxes to be collected, due to the warehouse being closed, we are in discussion with our landlord to resolve this situation as soon as possible.

If you would like to receive updates to the situation as it changes, hopefully over the coming weeks, please subscribe to our newsletter or facebook page where the information will be shown

Thank you for your patience, and apologies for any inconvenience

Nigel Danby
Chairman & Trustee.  29/07/2020

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We are still operating, apart from above, so if you have any queries you can contact us through the normal channels

Please Note

If you have monies to send to the scheme, you can transfer by:
BACS – Bank code 40 52 40  
and Account ref: 00022754
Please email: 
treasurer@rotaryshoebox.org.uk 
to inform us of your payment

or send a cheque with details of who you are to: Shoebox Treasurer, 
10 Greenshank Close, Rochdale OL11 5QE .
Thank you

Please do not under any circumstances give cash to the carrier when boxes are collected, as they are not employees of the Rotary Shoebox Scheme.

If you are from Channel Islands, Dorset, Hampshire, Isle of Wight and part of Wiltshire (Amesbury, Salisbury, Wilton)

Please be aware another Shoebox Scheme is also in operation as well, which is not part of the Rotary Shoebox Scheme, but managed by Rotary District 1110 and you can contact them by emailing: geoff.philpot@btinternet.com
(They operate with actual shoeboxes and only at Christmas)