InPost to send charitable donations to homeless charity Shelter for free

InPost has announced it will use its 2,500 UK lockers to send charitable donations to homeless non-profit organisation Shelter free of charge.
// InPost has announced it will use its 2,500 UK lockers to send charitable donations to homeless non-profit organisation Shelter free of charge.
// The news follows a piece of consumer research InPost commissioned which revealed that the average person is hoarding £400 worth of unwanted goods.

The tie up between the two brands provides customers with a convenient and easy way to donate goods to support families who’s lives have been impacted by the loss of their home.

InPost’s 2,500 lockers are located in spots including train stations, petrol forecourts and supermarkets including Tesco, Lidl and Morrisons.

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