Are you counting the minutes until you get the new iPhone 5? Do you have an old phone lying around and don’t know what to do with it? Did you ever wonder what to do with your old cell phone? Consider donating it to the Ann Storck Center!
We all have them—a collection of cell phones that were state-of- the-art when we first got them and now are obsolete, mere relics that serve no purpose.
By donating your old cell phone with the battery, you can directly help the Ann Storck Center in raising much needed funds for the programs and services provided to the 300 children and adults with developmental disabilities served.
The Ann Storck Center sells the phones to a company that recycles the parts and the batteries and receives anywhere from $2.50 to $100 for each phone. Phones of all ages, sizes and shapes and are accepted. Chargers, adapters and boxes are not needed. The goal is to collect 1000 cell phones.
To help the Ann Storck Center reach their goal, cell phones can be dropped off at the following locations:
John the Baker Family Style Restaurant
Stirling Town Center
8835 Stirling Road (corner of Stirling and Pine Island)
Cooper City, Florida
45 East Sheridan Street
Dania Beach, Florida
Donations are accepted during business hours at both locations.
To donate directly to the Ann Storck Center or to start your own Phones of Hope donation drive for your organization contact: Jennifer Homan at (954) 584-8000 ext. 327 for more information.
From local recognition to national honors, the Ann Storck Center continues to raise the bar and sets standards of care for others to follow. To date, the Ann Storck Center now serves more than 300 children and adults daily and is distinguished as a leading service provider for people with developmental disabilities. The Ann Storck Center’s more than 350 dedicated professional and para-professional staff provide compassionate and caring services and are noted for their commitment to excellence.