I am in business to make profit as best I can in the proper manner and to make as much money as I can for myself and my family.’Since Mr Hangar negotiated the contract in 2008, he has earned more than £5milllion.
According to Companies’ House he and his three directors have netted £10million while the Salvation Army received £16.3million.
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Signs on the charity’s recycling banks explain that profits are used ‘to help the Salvation Army’s work with people in need both at home and abroad’.
He said: ‘Anyone would believe the donations are going to the benefit of those that need them, not to somebody who is making a massive amount of money.‘I will think twice before doing it again.’ At his office on an industrial estate nearby, Mr Hanger, whose home is located in a village near Wellingborough, defended his position.‘Profits are good,’ he said.
Eligible Entries for the last Drawing Period must be received by am ET on May 28, 2018.A self-made textiles trader, he won an exclusive deal to run the charity’s nationwide network of 4,500 recycling banks.His company, Kettering Textiles Limited, sells on the donated garments to Eastern Europe, where the price has risen from less than £100 a ton to £350 over the last three years, thanks to the rise of second-hand shops.The applicable Question will also be posted on the Website.Entrants may then visit and register for or log into their accounts at the Website, click on the Sweepstakes link, which will open the Sweepstakes landing page containing the applicable Question, along with multiple choice answer options and submit their answer selection.
When William Booth founded the Salvation Army in 1865, he had the poor and needy in mind.