The Morrisburg and District Cooperative Pre-School is trying to help themselves and the environment with a new fund raising endeavor.
They are collecting used inkjet cartridges, which they will have recycled.
The recycling company has a program for charitable non-profit organizations like the pre-school whereby they pay a small amount of money to the organization for each cartridge collected.
“Every bit helps, so the more support we get from the community, the better,” said Heather Stirling, president of the Morrisburg and District Cooperative Preschool.
For parents of children attending the preschool, a drop box is available there.
For the community, drop boxes are already available at Iroquois Foodland and Riley’s Valumart in Morrisburg. Others will be added to new locations in the future.
Funds raised through this ongoing collection will be directed towards programming, supplies and upgrading toys for the pre-school.