Donate Cell Phones Today
The United States
of America is one of the most giving, charitable countries in the world.
Americans are known for making a difference by donating to worthwhile
causes. Americans open their charitable hearts to thousands of schools,
homeless shelters, churches, hospitals, museums, parks, libraries, disaster
relief missions, and medical treatment drives.
While you might not have
a lot of money that you can donate to a worthy cause, you still can make a difference
by donating a cell phone that you are no longer using, which can be turned into
cash for organizations within your community that are doing cell phone drives.
Cell phone drives make great sense, because most people have one or two cell phones
just lying around. Those old cell phones can benefit organizations in your community.
By donating your phone to a worthwhile cause in your community you will be keeping
the cell phones and batteries out of landfills, and help to improve communication
throughout the world. The phones can be turned into cash with the organizations
so they can buy educational materials, provide for medical needs, help churches
and synagogues to grow and to fund ongoing projects, fund mission trips, help the
homeless with food and shelter.
You can make a difference
by donating your idle cell phone.
We are a great country
by our action and every action makes a difference. People in our community give
thousands of hours of their time to worthy causes teaching people to read. Providing
meals to homeless and to the elderly in their homes. Picking up litter along
the streets, car-pooling to save gas, volunteering at schools lunch rooms and
play grounds to make them safer. Thanks to all who give to help others.
David Dunn wrote a great
book called Try Giving Yourself Away. One book I highly recommend.
Mother Teresa gave
her entire life to serve the poor and the sick. She believed to give money,
but also maybe more important, to give our time and have a giving spirit.
Zig Ziglar says, “If
you help enough people get what they want you get what you want.”
“If I were asked
to give what I consider the single most useful bit of advice for all humanity
it would be this: Expect trouble as an inevitable part of life and when it comes,
hold your head high, look it squarely in the eye, and say, ‘I will be
bigger than you. You cannot defeat me.’ ” – Ann Landers.
Paul Tillich, a great
theologian and author of The Courage to Be stated that real courage is saying
yes to life in spite of all the hardship and pain, which are part of human existence.
Find a cell phone donation collection box location near you.