The Mission at Kern County is the largest provider of comprehensive homeless and addiction recovery services in the Bakersfield area. Providing shelter, meals and homeless services for more than 60 years! In 2012 they served more than 200,00 meals and provided 95,000 nights of shelter to those displaced.
They cannot do this work without help. And that is where you and Alianza Recycling & Recovery LLC come in!
That's right! Your old and broken electronic equipment can assist in providing meals, shelter, education and clothing for people who will get a second chance to live with dignity.
Bring your electronic waste to The Mission at Kern County on Saturday - they are located at 816 East 21st Street in Bakersfield.
What can they take?
- Any size old television sets; computer monitors; computers, laptops, printers; old fax machines; old gaming consoles; even car batteries and rechargeable batteries.
Your donations will help others, and help our community by keeping these items out of our local landfills and preventing the toxins from leeching into our ground water. Come on out and support The Mission at Kern County!
Want to find out more about recycling and what you can bring, or have questions about the event? Contact Neil Agness at (661)325-0863 or email him at email@example.com.
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