Belfast Telegraph

Firms join recycling initiative to raise funds for care home

Claire McCallum, communications manager at Bryson Recycling, with Sarah Logue, activity worker at MACS
Claire McCallum, communications manager at Bryson Recycling, with Sarah Logue, activity worker at MACS

By Staff Reporter

Three businesses have taken part in a recycling initiative to raise money for a home run by a charity for young people.

Cherry Pipes in Dungannon, glass business Encirc in Fermanagh and packaging firm Huhtamaki in Lurgan worked with social enterprise Bryson House to raise money through recycling. The companies were sent paper, plastic and glass collected by Bryson Recyling, which they turned into new products.

The funds raised will help support a therapeutic home run by MACS Supporting Children and Young People outside Belfast. The charity helps children and young people aged from 11 to 25.

MACS' My House is a place which helps children with complex needs that cannot be supported through children's homes or foster care.

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