Which Charity Collects Used Postage Stamps?

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Many charities collect used postage stamps such as; Brittle Bone Society, Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, Leukaemia CARE, Oxfam, RNIB, RSPB Save the Albatross, and Smilie's Network, Animal SOS Sri Lanka and the Leprosy Mission Northern Ireland. These charities collect both UK and foreign stamps, and sell them to get funds for various causes. Most of these charities request that you leave 1cm of paper around the stamp.
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1. Contact your favorite charity and inquire whether or not they accept postage stamp donations. Many charities that are unable to use the collection can sell the collection to a
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You might like to support a small charity that works with people with a rare genetic bone disease - brittle bones. You can send used stamps - both British and foreign - to: Mr and
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Save the Children. Guide Dogs for the Blind. Help The Aged. Royal National Institute for Blind. Check before sending them if they still accept them in your country. At one time these
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Certain kinds of stamp dealers buy them, repackage them, then sell them to collectors. When they are sold at retail they are usually called "kiloware" -- they are sold by
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