Want to clear some clutter and give to charity? Ikea are running a Toy Stor-age Donation Points* event this weekend in conjunction with children's charity Barnados, that will see you rewarded for passing on unwanted toys to raise money for disadvantaged children.
Just head to a participating store from today until Sunday 31st March, and you'll get a voucher for £10 off a £70 spend on Ikea kid's storage when you donate a toy.
Ikea launched the promotion with this statement:
"IKEA has partnered with children’s charity, Barnardo’s, to launch ‘Toy Stor-age’, a series of nationwide toy donation points opening in nine IKEA stores around the UK in a bid to help the nation get started on the road to a more organised life at home.
Inspired by the hotly anticipated sequel to the iconic children’s movie, the ‘Toy Stor-age points’ will give customers the opportunity to re-gift their unwanted toys to help the UK's most vulnerable and disadvantaged children, from 28th – 31st March.
What’s more, visitors that donate their unused toys to participating IKEA stores will be given a £10 discount when they spend £70 on any of IKEA’s toy storage solutions, including; TROFAST, KALLAX, FRITIDS, STUVA, FLYTTBAR and many more."
Participating stores are Greenwich, Wembley, Birmingham, Warrington, Leeds, Sheffield, Southampton, and Cardiff.
It's one voucher per customer, and you need to use the voucher the same day on selected Ikea toy storage ranges. There are guidelines and restrictions on the type of toys you can donate, for safety reasons, and you can find the toy donation guidelines here*.