Hubbub, McDonald’s Create Recycling Grant

Environmental charity Hubbub and McDonald’s are launching a new ‘InTheLoop’ grant fund to help local authorities and other interested organizations boost out-of-home recycling in public spaces.

The fund will support two new projects to introduce or improve their recycling infrastructure using the InTheLoop toolkit.

The new funding has been provided by McDonald’s and will grant the two successful applicants £8,000 each to invest in, and boost, anti-litter and recycling facilities. As well as the funding, Hubbub will provide ongoing support based on the charity’s expertise and experience in delivering recycling campaigns. This includes support with project management and design to help bring their projects to reality and to support their delivery.

Organizations such as local authorities, business improvement districts, shopping centers, major property owners and transport hubs are invited to apply. The application deadline is March 17, 2023.


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