This fundraising campaign has now ended.
More than 2.8 million drink container refunds, over $288K, were generously donated by recyclers in NSW, QLD, NT and WA to 3 of Australia’s well-respected charities, OzHarvest, Beyond Blue and The Salvation Army. You can continue to donate to these 3 frontline charities in your respective state.
How to Donate with the myTOMRA App in NSW
You can donate to any of the Bottles Can Change Lives charities via the myTOMRA App.
You can donate via any NSW RVM or Reverse Vending Centre, and it’s easy as 1, 2, 3:
- Download the myTOMRA App and select Charities in the app
- Look up your preferred charity (OzHarvest, Beyond Blue, The Salvation Army)
- Scan your barcode at any RVM located in NSW.
How to Donate Your 10c Refund in QLD and WA
You can donate to any of the Bottles Can Change Lives charities via their scheme ID barcodes. To donate, simply scan the charity’s scheme ID barcode at the RVM, return your containers and select “TRANSFER” on the screen. Download the scheme ID barcodes below.
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The Salvation Army
Each container you donate makes a difference:
…helps OzHarvest provide a nutritious meal to someone going hungry.
…helps The Salvos pay for tickets on public transport for someone to get to a job interview
Each 10c refund…
…donated will allow Beyond Blue to provide 24/7 counselling services and hope to members of our community who are experiencing depression or anxiety.
IMPACT: This is how your donations are helping Aussies doing it tough
About our charity partners
OzHarvest is Australia’s leading food rescue organisation, collecting quality excess food from commercial outlets and delivering it directly to more than 1,300 charities supporting people in need across the country.
Every 5 drink containers donated will help OzHarvest deliver 1 meal to someone in need.
Before the COVID-19 crisis, 3.24 million people were already living below the poverty line and this is unfortunately increasing, so it’s more important than ever to support those in the Australian community who are struggling most.
Each bottle or can you donate will help The Salvation Army provide financial assistance to help families and members of our communities who are doing it tough. Donating 60 cans or bottles will, for example, help The Salvos provide a dental hygiene kit, 80 drink containers donated would help pay for tickets on public transport for someone unemployed to get to a job interview, while 150 cans and bottles donated would provide a toiletry pack for someone fleeing domestic violence.
Australia’s recent bushfire crisis and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic are having a profound impact on the lives of people in Australia. The Beyond Blue Support Service has received a 27% increase in calls since COVID-19 began.
Donating your 10c refunds to Beyond Blue will help us provide 24/7 counselling services and hope to members of our community who are experiencing depression, anxiety or suicide.