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Mission Statement

The idea of Recycling for Charities evolved out of a desire to help the world community through small, project-by-project fundraisers based on the redemption of refundable containers, cell phones, pc and related electronics, while mitigating the effects of un-recycled products may have on the environment through promoting recycling education, and bridging recycling needs to unmet areas.

By promoting recycling for charities programs in business and residential communities, and extending the life and reuse of computers, toners, cell phones, Recycling for Charities hope to raise enough funds to make a difference in other charities.

Furthermore, Recycling For Charities brings more attention to the charities we assist by publishing them on our websites, while highlighting the connections that exist in our world community.


Cans For Charities makes contribution to charities in the areas of Adolescent Education, Homelessness, Elderly, Health, Poverty, People wiht Disablities, Community Development, Environmental Conservation, and Animal Welfare. This mission also serves to bridge the connections between local and business communities to the very charities Cans For Charity assist. Monetary disbursements are made to both local and international charities. Cans For Charity is volunteer driven, and self funded.



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Would you recommend Cans For Charity?

by Paige B. from Atwood, IL (October 12, 2009)
I recently had the idea not knowing it had already been made to recycle cans for charity and I think its a great way that everyone can help!