Every Monday, our global teams select the three (3) most creative posts from around the world as winners of $100 in TerraCycle® points through the #KeepOnRecycling global social media contest

Here are the week’s winners:

1. Recycling in Lancing on Facebook –  United Kingdom

While local municipalities are “doing a fantastic job on recycling in the area, there are some things that are not viable for them to recycle.” Through several of our free recycling programs, Recycling in Lancing, run by Sue and John Wellfare, has donated to more than a dozen charities since 2011 and offers a drop-off point for their community, as well as downloadable resources collectors can use to reference what they can recycle!

Check out this informative video about what can be collected through the bread bag program.

2. Juntossomosmais (Together we are more) on Facebook –  Brazil

Non-profit organization Juntossomosmais (Together we are more) is showing off the many things they are collecting for recycling with the help of their furry friends! They’re recycling writing instruments and sponges that have seen better days, and building a better world for people, planet, and pets; they plan to redeem their TerraCycle points for an animal shelter.

Translation: Like the ′′ Official Post ′′ on the page of Juntossomosmais more Likes more chances of us competing in the #KeepOnRecycling Contest!Together We Are More? I want to know what you wantYesss! 💪🏻The challenge was launched, our ′′ Video Challenge #KeepOnRecycling ′′ and the volunteers participated, each in their home, 😷 but still separating shipping waste to TerraCycle Brasil! ♻️The Collection is still going to write it down and participate with us:- Kitchen Sponges (all brands);- Writing material (all brands);✏️ Graphite pencil✏️ Colorful pencil✏️ Lapiseiras✏️ Pens✏️ Sharpies✏️ Rubbers✏️ Pointers✏️ Tag text✏️ Permanent Markers✏️ Whiteboard Markers- Melitta Coffee Capsules ☕– Coffee Capsules (Pylon and Lór) ☕Every sponge, crayons used makes a difference BELIEVE! I want to know what you wantWhether it’s a dry sponge in the box or the bag, whether it’s a pen used without ink and a ′′ toquinho ′′ of pencil, each one saved with love, this goes beyond helping the environment helps the Needy Focus of @ongmiaujuda (Ibirubense Association) Animal Protection)! 🐾🐶😺

3. Fundación Síndrome de Dravet (Dravet Syndrome Foundation) on Facebook – Spain

Non-profit organization Dravet Syndrome Foundation has the objective of promoting and guaranteeing the development of research in Dravet syndrome in order to advance the knowledge of its causes, improve diagnosis, find effective treatments and cure.  

Translation: Many thanks once again to Escolapias Sotillo, who during this course, even in the non-classroom period, his 4th ESO C students have worked on Language, Science and Technology content through their Service Learning Project “Ecobolis”.

🖋With it, they have improved the TerraCycle Spain writing material collection program, which they had already been doing at the school and have given it a greater dimension, looking for new partners and expanding the number of points obtained to help our Foundation🤝

Thank you for all the work, effort and dedication and, above all, for putting your heart so that many families maintain hope 💜

You are an example of work and solidarity. How lucky to have travel companions like this!
A dream, a goal.

You could be next! Before August 27, 2020, post a message, video or photo on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram that shows how you are still collecting for your favorite TerraCycle programs. Just tag @TerraCycle and include the hashtag #KeepOnRecycling.

All weekly winners of the #KeepOnRecycling contest will be entered for a grand prize drawing for $1,000 at the end. Plus, entrants with at least 250 likes are eligible to enter to win $2,000 worth of TerraCycle® points redeemable for donations to your favorite schools and charities!

So what are you waiting for? Check out the contest page for details and full prizing breakdown, and follow the #KeepOnRecycling hashtag to keep up with collectors around the world.

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