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Cell Phones for Soldiers


If you have purchased anything from our site recently, than odds are you have received a small, prepaid plastic envelope that says Cell Phones for Soldiers. We have teamed up with Cell Phones for Soldiers in efforts to raise awareness of this non-profit organization's worthy cause. If you are wondering how this works, it's really quite simple. If you have an extra cell phone laying around the house or any other cell phone accessories that you don't want, put them in the envelope and mail them away. It's that easy. The best part is that these donations help the troops that are serving our country overseas by providing them with prepaid calling cards.

Here is a little background on how Cell Phone for Soldiers was created:

The Cell Phones for Soldiers program was started in April 2004 by 13-year-old Brittany Bergquist and her 12-year-old brother Robbie of Norwell, Massachusetts.

Robbie and Brittany's goal is to help our soldiers serving overseas call home. They hope to provide as many soldiers as possible with prepaid calling cards. Through generous donations and the recycling of used cell phones, Robbie and Brittany have already distributed thousands of calling cards to soldiers around the globe.

If you would like to learn more about this program or learn how you can get involved, please visit Cell Phones for Soldiers.




 



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