Volunteers will collect electronics gear including computers, cell phones, keyboards, monitors, and TV’s for a small fee and recycled by PC Trading, Ltd. of Whitman, MA. Fees collected will benefit CHAMP Homes and Housing For All. The Electronics Recycling Event is ideal for those who need to safely and appropriately dispose of their old electronics equipment.
In addition, representatives from TD Banknorth will be on-hand with an offer to sign up people for a new bank account. Customers who start a new account and join the TD Banknorth Affinity Program, which provides support to CHAMP Homes at no charge to customers, will receive $25 from TD Banknorth as a special incentive, valid during the recycling event only.
For additional information please call Mary Hebert or Rob Horsman at 508-771-1470 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Housing For All / CHAMP Homes Housing For All was founded in 1988 by Paul & Carolyn Hebert, followed in 1991 by the founding of CHAMP Homes, “to provide our brothers and sisters on Cape Cod and the Islands with a loving, respectful and supportive home that allows all of us to reach our full potential”. In that time, over 1,400 individuals from our community have been helped to get back on their feet and reach their potential. As a privately funded organization with no government contracts, Housing For All / CHAMP Homes have saved hundreds of thousands of dollars of tax money in social program costs. For more information about Housing For All or CHAMP Homes, visit them online at www.housingforall.us or www.champhouse.org, call 508-771-1470, or stop by the campus at 82 School Street in Hyannis.