use your foreign change to make real change

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Help us to make real change by donating your foreign change to Engineers Without Borders UK. We’re asking everyone to give up their foreign change, be it notes or coins, to help us create real change.

It’s time to get rummaging, digging and where necessary, scavenging, to help us create a world where people everywhere lead a sustainable life free from social injustice.

Donating is so easy and we’ve got a simple step by step guide to help you below. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch!

Oh, and don’t forget, we will accept sterling coins and notes too.

How to take part in Change for Change

  1. The Hunt
    Not to be confused with David Attenborough’s recent BBC series, the hunt is the first step to locating your foreign currency coins or notes. We will also gladly accept sterling coins and notes. So get digging behind the sofa, rummage through that drawer in the kitchen with all the things you try to hide, and turn out your pockets. Every penny really counts now.
  1. The Picture
    It’s time to flip on the selfie mode (or get a friend) and say cheese to the camera with your bounty of foreign coins and notes. In case you’re feeling a bit shy, don’t worry, we’re not fussy and we’ll accept all photos (even those without you in them). Once you’ve taken your photo, we’d love you to post it to social media using #change4change to @ewbuk. In doing so, you will help us to inspire others to join in and use their foreign change to make real change.
  1. The Send
    Grab an envelope and pop all your foreign change inside. Write a short note if possible and let us know your full name, address, email address and the amount enclosed. This way we can track our donations. Please address your envelope as below, stick the correct postage stamp on it and then pop it in the post to us.
    Engineers Without Borders UK
    The Foundry
    17 Oval Way
    London
    SE11 5RR
  1. The Question
    If you’ve got a question, big or small, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We’d love to hear from you. You can contact us on [email protected], 0203 752 5820 or on Facebook or Twitter.
  1. Thank You!
    You’re incredible and we really appreciate you.

Don’t forget to keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter pages to see check out everyone else’s bounty photos and be kept up to date.