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Posted by  Phones4Charity on April 18, 2003 at 03:10:05:

"Donate your unwanted cell phones in a socially and environmentally responsible manner"

Phones4charity.org will recycle and refurbish these unwanted wireless phones for reuse in less developed nations. Help raise funds for a charity of your choice in the process. Preserve the environment by keeping your used wireless phone out of a landfill, and by recycling it back into reuse.

By donating your unwanted wireless phone(s) to one of our participating charities, you accomplish these environmentally and socially responsible good deeds:

- Charity Donations-Donating your phone to a charity helps them further their mission by helping them raise funds so they can pursue more good works.

- Recycling-Donating your mobile phone so it can be recycled is important, because mobile phones contain toxic elements like Mercury, Cadmium, Lead, and other poisonous materials that shouldn’t be thrown into a landfill.

- Assist Women Shelters and Victims of Domestic Abuse- Proceeds from the resale of these phones help several shelters. We also re-program a portion of the collected units with 911 call capability . This simple task could help save a life.

It’s easy-To arrange a collection or pick-up you can either call us at (888)846-0818 or you can visit us on the web at http://www.phones4charity.org/

 
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