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Donate Cell Phones To Your Favorite Charity This Holiday Season

December 27th, 2010 · 3 Comments

Donate cell phones to your favorite charity this holiday season. Every phone that you send in is a big help for these charitable organizations.

Donate cell phones to charity

Christmas and the New Year are both great times to remember the essence of our Christianity and our shared heritage and journey. The holiday celebrations are a great time to remember that we all do have the power and choice to lend a helping hand to those most in need. I hope you and your family have had a wonderful time this Christmas and I wish you all the blessings of health and abundance this coming year 2011.

Back to the idea of sharing, I hope you took the time to share to some people who are currently out of luck in your community. Did you visit orphans or help out at the soup kitchen for the homeless? You didn’t? Why not? Just kidding. In our society where we are so preoccupied with work and making a living (surviving, actually, for those who are unable to find work in this terrible economy), very few of us have the time to directly extend a helping hand to those in need. For the few who are living lives of proactive charity, my sincerest appreciation and admiration to all of you.

For the rest of us who are unable to be there in person to help, don’t worry. Thankfully, we have great people in this country working (volunteering, for the most part) through nonprofit organization to enable us to share whatever little resources that we can. Out of cash to make a donation? Not a problem. If you’re like many Americans who change cell phones once every 18 months or so, you must have a bunch of used mobile phones hidden in some drawer or shoebox somewhere. Now is the time to get rid of those unwanted electronics AND help your favorite charity at the same time. How’s that for multitasking?

Donate your cell phones to charity

Pacebutler Corporation has been working with several major charity organizations for years now to help them generate much-needed funds through cell phone donations. We have partnered with nonprofits like Salvation Army, St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Soldiers’ Angels, Rock the Earth, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and the American Cancer Society to receive old cell phone donations on their behalf, and send them the payment for those phones in the name of the donor.

These organizations are working tirelessly to benefit children, poor individuals and communities, military personnel and their families, indigenous communities, and patients suffering from cancer and their families. Every phone that you send in is a big help for these charitable organizations to continue doing their good work. To learn more about the prices of cell phones and how much exactly goes to your charity organization for the phones you’re sending in just click here.

If you’re now ready to make a cell phone donation and make a difference in the lives of others this holiday season click here: Donate Cell Phones. This page explains how this works and provides a brief description about each charity organization. Just click on the button with the charity group’s name on it, and you’re set.

Thank you for your cell phone donations. At a time when many of us face joblessness and foreclosures, we’re showing that we understand that we’re all in this together and that we care. Donate cell phones today and make a difference.

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  • 2 Henry // Dec 28, 2010 at 12:53 pm

    I’ve never considered donating my old cell phones. I suppose I may have a few that would be worthwhile to send. I’ll see where they accept them at home.

  • 3 Tim // Jan 31, 2011 at 1:27 pm

    What a great idea… any results on the impact these donations have had yet?