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|FULL SIZE CHARITY COLLECTION BOX FOR A SUPERMARKET|
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This an example of a full size charity collection box. It can be used to collect donated clothes or other items. It would normally be stored at the front of the store, for customers to see on their way out.
The high back is for any graphics or basic information, that may need to be on display for customers to see. This could include the charities name and logo.
When the charity box is full, the back folds down to cover the donation slot and the tab locks the lid in position. The box can be carried by the ‘cutout handles’.
|The collection boxes can be carried with relative ease and stacked in a van for delivery to the sorting centre / charity shop.
They can be manufactured from corrugated polypropylene (corriflute) OR corrugated card. Both are lightweight and can be recycled. The polypropylene version can withstand some rain whereas the card will eventually disintegrate.
Either corrugated cardboard or corrugated polypropylene could be used for the charity box seen below.
Both materials are lightweight and suitable for recycling.
The diagram opposite shows the triangulated section, that ensures a strong structure, combined with weight lightweight properties.
|Flat packed for delivery.
Easy to fold into the 3D form.
Disassembled easily yo remove donated clothes.
Cheap to manufacture.
Charity box could be manufactured in a range of sizes.
Polypropylene version resists damp and water.
Polypropylene version supplied in a range of colours.
Card and PP versions can be printed on and labels can be adhered to their surfaces.
This represents the net (development) of a large collection box.
1. Add a suitable charity logo / graphics for a Children’s charity called ‘Be Active’.
2. Sketch the box and add a modification that is also an improvement.
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