Since 1979, the Alliance Against Family Violence and Sexual Assault (AAFVSA) has provided support and services to the Bakersfield community. Their mission as a non-profit organization is to educate against family violence and sexual assault, and to provide services to those who have suffer from domestic violence and/or sexual assault to reclaim their lives.
The organization started with a 24 hour hotline, 34 years ago, and has added many other programs and services that work to end domestic violence and sexual assault in our community, as well as support those who have been victimized.
While there are many ways to help the Alliance Against Family Violence and Sexual Assault to maintain their programs and continue their important work, this Saturday February 23 - you can help them and help yourself - by recycling your electronic waste in a special drive in partnership with Alianza Recycling and Recovery LLC.
Bring your old electronics to 1921 19th Street, Bakersfield between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Saturday February 23, items that can be donated for recycling (and kept out of our landfill) include:
- Television sets (working or not)
- Flat screens
- VCR/DVD players
- Cable Boxes
- Cell Phones
- Wii/Nintendo/Sony game stations
- Camera Equipment
- Car Batteries
- Household Appliances
- Desktop printers
- Industrial Copiers
For more information about the e-waste recycling event, contact Neil Agness at (661) 873-4011 or email him at email@example.com .
For more information about how you can help the Alliance Against Family Violence and Sexual Assault, click here.