LONDON – Sustainability solutions provider Yellow Octopus has forged a strategic partnership with children’s disability charity Newlife to provide end-of-life solutions for its inventory.
Newlife, which has stores up and down the UK, manages the excess, damaged and unwanted product of brands and retailers, generating funds for specialist equipment.
“There are now over 1.1 million disabled children in the UK, more than ever before. There are insufficient funds in the statutory services to provide the life changing equipment required to provide the support needed. Our partnership will enable us to turn end of life stock into positive social and environmental impacts,” commented Sue Maplesden, head of corporate social responsibility partnerships at Newlife.