Kodak Partners with Recycling for Charities

Recycling for Charities has the privilege of announcing their partnership with Kodak in a joint effort to reduce electronic waste. Kodak will be sporting the Recycling for Charities logo on the front of their latest Kodak EasyShare M320 digital camera bundles. “This partnership is a testament to the benefit we provide as a charity and good corporate citizenship on the part of Kodak,” stated Dario Chiarini, President of Recycling for Charities. The new camera packages will make it as simple as possible for people to donate to charities. The outside will boast of the RFC connection and the inside will provide consumers with the paid postage label and the 3 easy steps to take.

In case you haven’t yet made a donation through RFC, here is a little glimpse at the instruction card in the Kodak box.
1. Go to www.recyclingforcharities.com where you can fill out the online from and select a charity.
2. Package your old camera, or cell phone attached the enclosed pre-addressed mailing label, postage is included so it’s FREE.
3. Don’t forget to print out your tax receipt. Also make sure to include your order # in your package so that your benefiting charity is credited with your donation!

It’s as simple as that! The Kodak EasyShare M320 digital camera bundles with the RFC logo will be on the shelves in Wal-mart’s and Sam’s Club’s across the country just in time for the holiday season. There is no cost to donate, no cost to the charities and all donations are tax deductible.
If you are looking for the perfect gift for someone, be sure to check out the Kodak EasyShare – and remember to send in your old cell phone or digital camera!

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One Response to “Kodak Partners with Recycling for Charities”

  1. Great post. Always brings a smile to my face to see that big companies are doing something good for the environment and for organizations. Having worked with a cellular repurposing site I see first hand how little people know about what to do with their old wireless products. Although there are plenty of sites out there that they can visit to sell, donate or recycle their old cell phones, very little people actually do it. I think that as consumers see that the companies they purchase product from are being environmentally conscious, the world will see an increase in repurposing old electronics.

    One initiative that we have taken as a company is to spread the message of repurposing old cell phones by providing a very streamlined process that any company, organization, or non-profit can implement with very little effort. In regards to cell phones alone, there are over 100 million cell phones replaced every year in the US alone with an estimated 500 million old cell phones sitting somewhere in people’s homes or offices. I believe that people inherently know that throwing away cell phones is wrong in so many ways but a means for them to do the right thing has not always been easy for everyone to do their part.

    Keep up the great work and I know that if we all stay committed to our vision to riding the world of unnecessary E-waste and promoting recycling/repurposing means, we will all make a different together.

    Thanks again and I look forward to reading future posts.


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