Make-A-Wish Foundation calls for people to recycle old phones
NEW mobile phones were left in stockings all over Wicklow this year, and the Make-A Wish Foundation has the perfect way for their owners to dispose of their old phones.
The foundation is calling on new owners to recycle their old for wishes. Make-A-Wish and Greencycle are aiming to collect 100,000 phones and ink cartridges throughout Ireland by mid 2009 to help raise funds for the charity whose mission is to grant wishes to children in Ireland aged 3 to 18 years of age liv- ing with a life threatening illness. The Recycle for Wishes initiative was launched by Ireland’s golfing hero Padraig Harrington, who lives locally in Rathmichael and is Make-A-Wish Ambassador.
So if you received a flash new phone for Christmas, or have just changed the ink cartridge in the office or at home, send your items freepost to Make-A-Wish Recycling Appeal, FREEPOST, Berkeley House, Ashbourne, Co.Meath or call the Make-AWish Recycling Appeal on 1890 890 890 for a collection bin for your office and help turn your old phones and ink cartridge’s into wishes.