Recycling for Charities Launches Cell Phone Donation Website to Promote Wireless Recycling Via the Web While Helping Charities and Hurricane Efforts

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Recycling for Charities (RFC), a non-profit organization which collects cellular phones, PDA’s, Palm Pilots and digital cameras that are no longer in use and donates them for recycling, announces today the launch of their new website developed by Trademark Productions, Inc. RFC is asking the public to make donations of their old cell phone, pagers, PDA's, digital cameras and iPods to be recycled and benefit the victims of Hurricane Katrina or other charities of their choice.

Recycling for Charities (RFC), a non-profit organization which collects cellular phones, PDA’s, Palm Pilots and digital cameras that are no longer in use and donates them for recycling announces today the launch of their new website developed by Trademark Productions, Inc. RFC is asking the public to make donations of their old cell phone, pagers, PDA's, Digital Cameras and iPods to be recycled and benefit the victims of Hurricane Katrina or other charities of their choice.

The primary goal of Recycling for Charities is to keep old, unwanted wireless equipment, also known as “e-waste,” from gathering in landfills where it can harm the environment. Cellular phones and other small electronic devices such as pagers, PDA’s, digital cameras and iPods contain toxins such as lead and mercury that can leak out of landfills and contaminate sources of drinking water.

"The well being of the environment should be a concern to all of us," said Dwight Zahringer, President and Founder of Recycling for Charities. "With the proliferation of cell phones and other electronic devices, we need a source for properly disposing of old, unwanted wireless items. There was never an outlet for consumers to properly dispose of their old wireless phone or device. This was the primary motivation behind RFC. We provide a outlet for the public to dispose of these items, a tax deduction and support directly to their favorite charity."

Individuals and corporations alike can collect old wireless equipment and send it to RFC. The money from each unit collected is split with RFC, and donated to the person’s charity of choice. RFC accepts all makes and models, regardless of working condition and all donations are tax-deductible. Non-profit organizations can sign up to be included on the list of charities by going to the RFC website. This program can be used as a school, church or scout troop fundraiser. Marketing and fundraising materials are located on the RFC website for download.

About Recycling for Charities

Recycling for Charities (http://www.recyclingforcharities.com) handles all collected electronic waste responsibly with the wellbeing of the environment as the primary concern. RFC is an organization (recently applied for Non-Profit status 501c3) that allows individuals to donate cell phones to charity, as well as PDA’s, Palm Pilots and digital cameras, in an effort that benefits the cause of their choice and the environment at large. For every charity phone donation one provides, RFC donates half they receive and give the other to the foundation or cause selected. All RFC donations are tax-deductible.

About Trademark Productions

Trademark Productions (http://www.tmprod.com) provides the latest techniques in website development, online marketing and search engine optimization. Since 1993, they have helped more than 100 companies achieve their marketing goals including Ronald McDonald Charities, Universal Music Group, and Bulk Beef Jerky.

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