Collect Used Cell Phones
Send to Charitable Recycling
Put Donation $$ to Good Use
It is the donator's responsibility to ensure that the donated cell
phone(s) has been deactivated.
A deactivated phone is no longer connected
to your cell phone service.
Charitable organizations are required to fax a copy of their 501(c) status, federal tax identification
paperwork, to Charitable Recycling at 248-335-4264, in order to join our program.
A Charitable Recycling Packing List must be included in each and every shipment of cell phones to ensure that your charity/fundraiser is properly credited. Charitable Recycling is not responsible for cell phone shipments that do not include a completed packing list. If shipments are received without a completed packing list, or the charity noted on the packing list is not a partner member, the donation will be credited at the sole discretion of Charitable Recycling.
Link to packing
Pick-up and delivery is always FREE for 50+ cell phones and Charitable Recycling also provides 50 count return shipping boxes at no charge.
us to order special, pre-paid, pre-addressed FedEx mailing
labels if you have 50+ phones to donate..
Every Charitable Recycling cell phone donation is tax-deductible.
Click here to generate a tax donation receipt.
Charitable donations are process approximately 60 days after the month of receipt, provided a minimum of 50 phones are sent.
may download the following files:
Charitable Recycling Program is a simple and efficient way of
raising funds for your charity of choice. Recycling used cell phones
has many benefits. Your charity of choice will receive a donation
for each cell phone. Charities depend
upon fundraising dollars to carry out their mission statements and
continue their good works.
What distinguishes our program?
What are you waiting for?
We can help you with all the tools you need to run a
successful campaign . . . and we are here to help or answer any
questions you may have. Please Contact
Us online or call 1.800.527.4700 ext. 226 or 1.248.335.0440 ext.
226. We'd love to hear