Submitted by Denair Education Foundation
Denair Education Foundation will be holding an eCycle event at Denair High School on Saturday, September 27, 2014, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Gather those old TV’s, CPUs, monitors, laptops, printers, cell phones, scanners, and copiers. Donating them is free and helps raise funds for activities and equipment for the students of Denair Schools.
Last year, students enjoyed a Diego Rivera art exhibit, attended a play at CSUS, enlarged the selection of books at the elementary school library, and applied for scholarships (John Robbins Memorial and Modesto Junior College).
Denair Education Foundation was established in 2005 to “enrich and improve the quality of the educational environment for the students of the Denair Unified School District.” The list is long of funded opportunities for the students. They are made possible through donations and our main e-cycle fundraiser. Thanks to all who have donated! You are helping students and the environment!
Q. What items are acceptable?
A. Below are examples of acceptable and non-acceptable items. If you need further guidance, please contact us at email@example.com or call (209) 668-2206.
TV, Computer Monitors, Laptops, All-in-Ones
Computer – CPU and components, or parts
Computer Accessories – mouse, keyboard, speakers
Office Equipment – Printers, Fax Machines
Kitchen Accessories – Coffee Pots, Toasters, Blenders
Household Fans, Excercise Equipment
Outdoor Tools & Equipment
Q. What do you do with the collected materials?
A. It is picked up by a local recycler and we get paid pennies per pound. The pennies add up!
Q. What about the any personal data that may be on my computer?
A. The recycler destroys the components, such as hard drives that contain your personal data.
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