Recycle for Breast Cancer Fundraising Program Helps Individuals and Businesses Dispose of E-Waste All Year Long
Recycle for Breast Cancer is a no-cost, national fundraising program to help the fight against breast cancer while benefiting the environment. You can collect cell phones, pagers, Palm Pilots, inkjet & toner cartridges and surplus supplies. Our goal is to keep these items out of the landfills by recycling and putting them back to use while raising funds for a great cause!
RFBC announces a no-cost fundraising program to benefit the fight against breast cancer that everyone can participate in.
Every day millions of old cell phones and empty printer cartridges are thrown away and end up in our nation's landfills. The Recycle for Breast Cancer program collects these cartridges, prepares them for recycling while raising money to help support breast cancer research. For every cartridge and cell phone recycled through this program a donation is made to a national breast cancer foundation.
Program Manager, Larry Behrens, says "This program is an opportunity for anyone to support a great cause and help protect the environment at the same time. It has two great benefits - we are raising money to fight breast cancer while providing a much needed recycling service to the community. The best part of the program is that anyone can participate without incurring any cost!"
RFBC has developed an online collection program that allows individuals as well as businesses to participate by donating cell phones and printer cartridges. Free prepaid shipping labels or boxes are provided.
The program has been very successful because what we are asking for most people consider being trash. In today's economic environment collecting financial contributions is very difficult.
Using www.recycleforbreastcancer.org you can request shipping materials, collection bins and other marketing materials to make your collection efforts a success!
Since 2002 RFBC has been collecting e-waste to help raise funds to support the fight against breast cancer. For more information about the Recycle for Breast Cancer program go to www.recycleforbreastcancer.org.