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October 14th 2021

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January 14th 2022

"Phone It Forward" and help your team members recycle their used electronics.

 

Since there are not many convenient ways to recycle electronic devices, your employees may have old devices in a drawer or the back of a closet. Each year the "Phone It Forward" recycling campaign enables your employees to conveniently recycle portable electronic devices safely and securely. The entire process is simple and 100% free – we’ll even provide you with shipping labels and tax-deductible donation forms!

This year's campaign will run from Thursday, October 14th, 2021 to Friday, January 14th, 2022.

Email or call 866-290-7864 for more information.

Downloads

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8 1/2 X 11 Campaign Poster

Display your support of the 911 Cell Phone Bank's "Phone it Forward" annual recycling campaign. Post it on information boards, breakrooms, anywhere employees congregate.

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Donation Receipt

All donations to the 911 Cell Phone Bank are tax deductible. Consult your tax professional for advice or assistance.

WHAT KIND OF DEVICES WILL YOU ACCEPT?

Any portable electronic device that digitally stores personally identifiable information or other forms of personal, private, and confidential information will be accepted. Personal electronics that we accept include (but are not limited to):

a. Cell phones, Smartphones, and Blackberry’s from all carriers and manufacturers.
b. Laptop computers from all manufacturers.
c. Tablets from all manufacturers.
d. Cameras from all manufacturers.
e. Digital media players i.e. mp3, DVD, and cd players, voice recorders, etc… from all manufacturers.
f. Portable video game systems from all manufacturers.
g. Smartwatches from all manufacturers.
h. Memory storage devices i.e. SD cards, external memory storage devices from all manufacturers.
i. Electronic accessories i.e. chargers, headsets, earphones, rechargeable batteries from all manufacturers.
j. Pin pad devices.
k. Internal and external hard drives.

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CONNECTING COMMUNITIES

Since 2004 the 911 Cell Phone Bank has provided more than 150,000 devices to

vulnerable and needy residents in communities nationwide - all at no cost.

 

Over the years we have given emergency cell phones to victims of abuse and

senior citizens, tablets to women's shelters, laptops to law enforcement and

smartphones to teachers for use in high school app development courses.