Charity

Simply click on the charity of your choice and the proceeds from your recycling will go directly to them.


Our Charities

SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund

Launched in 2003, the SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund was created to provide people inspired to make a difference for the environment with an easy, direct way to get involved and make a difference. A 501 (c)(3) non-profit private foundation, the SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund focuses its resources in four strategic areas: Species Research, Habitat Protection, Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation, and Conservation Education. Since its launch, the Fund has granted over $10 million to more than 700 projects in countries around the world. The Fund’s grantees are diverse, including global conservation organizations, zoological organizations, universities, and in-situ grassroots organizations.

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment – encompassing SeaWorld, Busch Gardens and Discovery Cove – administer and manage the Fund, and all overhead costs for operating the Fund are paid by SeaWorld, ensuring that 100% (every single penny) raised goes directly to the conservation projects. The parks have been committed to wildlife conservation for over 50 years and have initiated and supported wildlife conservation, research, and education at home and around the world. The SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund was, in part, created to continue that legacy.

For more information go to our website or email us at:

http://swbg-conservationfund.org

swbgfund@seaworld.com

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Cocheco Arts & Technology Academy

Cocheco Arts and Technology Academy is a public, charter high school located in Dover, NH. Supporting its mission to nurture creative thinkers, independent learners, and active citizens, CATA provides a college-preparatory, arts-integrated educational program with a focus on fine arts, performing arts, and arts-technology, and an emphasis on community service and out-of-classroom learning.

By following all state and federal curriculum guidelines, offering more elective classes to broaden student high school experience, and requiring yearly community service, we provide our students with the components to develop a well rounded portfolio of their academic and artistic accomplishments. In order to graduate, students are required to be accepted to a post-secondary program whether it be a 4-year college or university, trade school, apprenticeships or even military service. The Cocheco Arts & Technology Academy was recognized in the Fall of 2013 for having zero dropouts for the 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 academic years.

For  more information go to our website or send us an email:

http://cochecoarts.org

info@cochecoarts.org

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Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Mission and Goals

The mission of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.

LLS is the world’s largest voluntary health agency dedicated to blood cancer. LLS funds lifesaving blood cancer research around the world and provides free information and support services.

Our Key Priorities will ensure that: The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society helps blood cancer patients live better, longer lives.

www.lls.org

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LLS-Team In Training

About Team In Training

Our athletes have walked away with new friends, amazing accomplishments and the sense that they did something even more important than getting in good shape.

How serious is blood cancer? Every four minutes, someone new is diagnosed with blood cancer. Every 10 minutes, someone dies.

In exchange for training and support, you help raise money towards cures for blood cancers like leukemia — the No. 1 disease killer of children — lymphoma and myeloma.

www.teamintraining.org

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Ahavath Achim Synagogue Greening Group

We are a conservative egalitarian synagogue in Atlanta. The AA Greening Group (a group of congregants) has worked to green the synagogue, removing invasive species from the exterior, planting trees and landscaping, and establishing a comprehensive recycling program, involving the children in education about sustainability issues where we can. Adding printer cartridges to what we can dispose of responsibly would be much appreciated.

See http://www.aasynagogue.org/connect-with-us/committee-listing and scroll down to Greening Group

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Collingswood Middle School

The staff of Collingswood Middle School is committed to providing a caring, supportive, and academically challenging environment for our students. Our educational programs are rooted in the philosophy and principles of middle level education, with a focus on meeting the unique personal, social, and academic needs of early adolescent learners. It is our goal to help students become good citizens, life long learners, and healthy, caring, respectful and courteous young men and women.

http://ms.collingswood.k12.nj.us/

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Habitat for Humanity of Southern Ocean County

Our Mission Statement: We work in partnership with God and people everywhere, from all walks of life. We work to develop communities with God’s people in need, by building and renovating houses. We believe that all God’s people deserve a clean and decent place to live.

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Habitat for Humanity of Trenton

Habitat for Humanity of Trenton is a non-profit organization dedicated to making simple and affordable homes available to families in need in the greater Trenton and Mercer County area. In addition to housing many community support programs (like Learning Lab, the Food Pantry, and sponsoring Fresh Produce Friday), they also run a ReStore that sells quality furniture, construction materials, and household items at a more affordable price to the public.

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American Cancer Society / Relay for Life

Each year, more than 4 million people in over 20 countries take part in this global phenomenon and raise much-needed funds and awareness to save lives from cancer.

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Camden County Habitat for Humanity

Camden County Habitat for Humanity partners with people, communities, and organizations to foster economic empowerment and sustainable community revitalization by providing home ownership opportunities for those in need through housing construction and rehabilitation, discount home improvement retail outlets, financial education, job training and volunteer organization.

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Congregation Beth Shalom of Brandon

Shalom! Congregation Beth Shalom is a vibrant, warm, and growing Reform synagogue in Brandon, Florida, just outside Tampa.  As the only Reform synagogue in the area, we provide a “home” for people of all ages and backgrounds. As a small congregation, we value the contribution and participation of each individual member and recognize the diversity that exists in Jewish families today.

In addition to providing a place to grow, learn, pray and celebrate, we also have an active community outreach program which includes

  • a food pantry available to anyone in need
  • food and friendliness regularly at the community-sponsored “I Am Hope Café”
  • “Mitzvah Day” featuring choir singing and bingo-playing at assisted living facilities, a day of  arts and crafts at a local children’s shelter and participation in a greyhound-adoption program, among other activities our members conduct on an ongoing basis

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Goodwill Industries of Southern NJ & Philadelphia

Founded in 1948, Goodwill Industries of Southern New Jersey is a community-based, nonprofit organization.  Its mission is to put people with special needs to work.  Goodwill offers a variety of career services and employment training programs that help prepare local residents with disabilities and disadvantages for success in the competitive workforce.  Through the mass collection and resale of gently-used donated items, Goodwill’s 21 retail stores generate the revenue necessary to fund these worthwhile programs while contributing to America’s recycling efforts.  Last year, Goodwill recycled more than 50 million pounds of textiles and helped divert 5.4 million pounds of e-waste from area landfills.  For more information on Goodwill, please call 856/439-0200.

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Susan G. Komen 3-Day

It’s a 3-Day, 60-mile event. Starting on Friday, you will walk approximately 20 miles each day until you reach the Closing Ceremony on Sunday afternoon.

It’s a community. At the end of each day, you’ll be welcomed home to the 3-Day camp, complete with a dining tent, hot showers, pink sleeping tents, evening entertainment and various other activities and helpful resources along camp’s “Main Street”! Those of you who are not comfortable camping out for two nights can elect to stay at a hotel at your own expense (our host hotels will have special room rates available for 3-Day participants).

It’s a fundraising event. Each participant is required to raise at least $2,300 to participate. That might feel like a big obstacle, but we are here to help you every step of the way with tips and tools. The money raised helps fund community education and outreach programs in your community.

It’s a celebration. While the reason we all get together might be serious, our walkers and crew like to have a lot of fun on the event as well. From bold, pink outfits to tent decorations and themed pit stops along the route, you’ll leave the event weekend feeling happy and celebrated. It’s bold. No other breast cancer event in the country asks you to walk as far or raise as much money as the 3-Day. It is simply the boldest thing you can do in the fight to end breast cancer.

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Race For The Cure

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Urban Promise

The mission at UrbanPromise has been to equip Camden’s children and young adults with the skills necessary for academic achievement, life management, spiritual growth, and leadership. We strive to fulfill this mission through after-school programs, summer camps, two schools, experiential learning, job training, and a host of other programs that challenge youth to develop and realize their potential.

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