Cell Phone Drive
April is Earth Month, but you can save the earth every day and provide safety and peace of mind to isolated survivors of domestic violence by donating your used cell phone!
The donated phones are used as emergency 911 phones by survivors (or recycled). All donated phones are confidentially and securely cleared of personal information and only need to contain the phone and battery. Proceeds from the recycled cell phones will go to support survivor service programs.
You can drop off your used cell phones year-round at any of the following locations:
- Any Mid-Columbia Library
- Any Local Police Departments – Pasco, Richland, Kennewick, West Richland
- Any Yoke’s Fresh Markets
- New Beginnings Thrift Shop (1016 Lee Blvd., Richland)
- Domestic Violence Services (3311 W. Clearwater Ave., Suite C-140, Kennewick)
DVSBF kicks off its annual community-wide campaign every April 1st to collect used and unwanted cell phones in connection with Earth Day.