Why Green Christmas?
Christmas is a time for giving, but that doesn't mean everything is always well recieved.
We rush out to buy toys to sit under the tree, but by January they may already be forgotten under the bed, and soon, headed for the landfill.
That's why we've made a better way — one that lets kids unwrap joy, and then pass their unwanted toys along instead of throwing them away.
Parents spend on average £140 per child on Christmas toys — toys that might soon be abandoned or binned.
Each child receives an average of 21 Christmas toys (or potential clutter and waste) at an expense of £15 per toy, £315 per child.
23% of Christmas toys are neglected within one month. That's 32 million toys in the UK fated for landfills instead of love from another child.