Let’s leave Liverpool tidy

The Guild’s Leave Liverpool Tidy project is returning to campus and the streets of Liverpool in order to collect donations of unwanted items from students.

Working in collaboration with British Heart foundation and Fareshare, the Guild aim are making it really easy for you to donate your unwanted items instead of throwing it all away.

Last year Liverpool University Students generated 763 bags of donations through this campaign, which as well as helping to keep Liverpool tidy, has helped support lifesaving research, driving breakthroughs for heart patients all across the UK.

The team would love to exceed that target this year, but can’t do it without your help. Its time to get stuck in and help to Leave Liverpool Tidy!

Get involved

You can donate all your unwanted home items as well as any unopened dried food, tins and jars at the food drop off points on campus.

There are donation points in across campus at the Halls, Guild Reception, plus food donation points in both libraries.

If you live in Smithdown or Kensington you can leave your bagged donation items outside for collection on the Monday 5 and Friday 30 June between 11am and 3pm.

If you’d like to get more involved in this year’s Leave Liverpool Tidy campaign volunteers are needed for the collections on Monday 5 June.

Meet at University square at 9.50am, and if you can’t do the full day, do not worry.

Click here to find out more and get involved.