Cell phones are connected to just about everyone today.
From ages eight to eighty most people own a mobile device.
Verizon is committed to helping the nearly one in four women, one in seven men and more than 3 million children in the United States affected by domestic violence. They doing our part to end this epidemic by collecting no-longer-used wireless phones and accessories and turning them into support for domestic violence organizations nationwide. Through HopeLine, they have donated hundreds of thousands of phones and awarded millions of dollars in cash grants to their partner agencies.
St. Johns County is a community that prides itself on giving to others in need.
As you are shopping for a new cell phone, please keep in mind you can do-good with your old one.
How does this program work?
It's simple, when you are ready to donate your phone there are three options:
• Visit a Verizon Wireless Communications Store
• Through a HopeLine phone drive
• Through the mail, with a postage-paid label
To find your local store, a phone drive or obtain a postage paid label, click here.
So as you upgrade your old phone, remember, there is someone out there that can view your phone as a new life line for them --- it is their new HopeLine.
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