Recycling electronics for Alzheimer’s services
the items down and generating revenue from the commodity parts. Revenue generated from this service is then donated back to charities and services that are specifically focused on finding a cure for Alzheimer’s as well as services to help those impacted.
Memory for Memory ensures all donated goods are recycled securely, ethi c a l ly a nd ef f i c i ently. By adhering to strict data security protocols, Memory for Memory removes all data and personal information from any data-bearing assets – hard drives, cellphones, tape, optical media, etc. For a list of what is needed, visit memoryformemory.org/ items-we-accept.
The benefits of Memory for Memory are threefold: The a ge nc y a s s i s t s busi - nesses, schools and consumers in responsibly dis- posing of electronics; generates revenue from donated electronics that it puts back to use in the Alzheimer’s community; and protects the environment. What i s your a ge ncy’s focus for the future?
Making more businesses, government agencies and individuals aware of our service and get them to donate their electronics and technology so we can convert more electronics into revenue that can be put to use by Alzheimer’s programs. We provide free national pickups and recycling services. How can the community help?
We are always looking for volunteers that can help with a variety of functions: labor to tear down computers, marketing our service and general administrative assis- The mission of Memory for Memory, Inc. is to increase the funding, education and awareness of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia through the sale of recycled electronics. tance. We are also looking for help with organizing community and corporate electronics recycling days.
For businesses to arrange for pickup of items, vi sit memoryformemory.org/ schedule-a-pickup.