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What is MyKeyReturn?

Who we are?

Having worked with main UK charities since 2004, the founders of MyKeyReturn set up the first ever secure key return service between UK charities and Royal Mail. First of its kind in the UK, it offers donors a simple way to have their lost keys returned securely via Royal Mail recorded delivery if they are misplaced and found by a member of the public.

MyKeyReturn has been a success for charities generating additional donations and donor's receiving a valuable service. We remain truly independent, not owned by or tied to any commercial operation. We will happily forward donations to any registered charity in the UK, whether they're a MyKeyReturn partner or not.

What is the MyKeyReturn Service?

MyKeyReturn is a key return service, which costs a donation of £25 per year. Our main aim is to raise much-needed additional donations for charities, We feel if you receive a valuable service, this compliments your donation.

Only after losing your keys do you really consider how important they are. It is then that you worry about the security of your property or car and then the cost of locksmiths and the replacement of a car immobiliser key.

Each key tag has a unique serial number to that individual donor so should their keys become lost and then found by a member of the public the MyKeyReturn tag informs the finder that you have donated to a chosen charity with a simple message on the tag:


I donate to NSPCC - Please pop me in a postbox just as I am and I will be returned to my owner – thank you!

This directs the finder to simply put your un-packaged keys into any Royal Mail post box, just as they are.

As MyKeyReturn have a unique partnership with The Royal Mail, your keys will be returned to us. We will then retrieve your secured details from your personalised MKR serial number and contact you. Once security questions have been answered correctly, your keys will then be securely returned to you by recorded delivery.


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Charities Involved

  • Cats Protection
  • National Trust
  • StMungo's
  • Lord Traverners
  • Childhope
  • amnesty