The AAP Foundation has recently launched a new collection program. This program collects old cell phones and empty ink cartridges to collect a fee for the AAP animals. After all, the old material is recycled and therefore given a second life, just like the animals at AAP. Because with the proceeds the AAP foundation can help animals in need to be animals again.
The AAP Foundation launches the collection program in collaboration with collection partner: We-Collect. We-Collect takes care of all work related to the AAP collection program. Old mobile phones, IT equipment and ink cartridges are disposed of in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way through the collection program. We support this great initiative from the AAP foundation. Making the world more sustainable is an important goal of RataPlan.
What does the AAP foundation do?
AAP Foundation is an organization that promotes animal welfare. For example, many monkeys and other exotic animals did not live an animal-friendly life before they ended up at the AAP foundation. For example, they have health problems, have been traumatized by poor treatment or have been victims of human trafficking (illegal trade, private ownership, exploitation in entertainment or research). The AAP Foundation helps these poor animals by taking care of them, taking care of them and relocating them to a suitable address where they can spend in good conditions. In addition, the AAP Foundation fights against animal exploitation by stimulating public debate and political decision-making.
The collection box for cell phones and cartridges can be found in all thrift stores from RataPlan. You can recognize the collection box by the illustration of a monkey. If you still have old cell phones or cartridges that are dusting at home, you can return them to one of the collection boxes in the stores.