Donate Old Cell Phones to Support Wilmot Cancer Center
Monday, December 11, 2006
If you’ve got an old or outdated cell phone, consider donating it to the James P. Wilmot Cancer Center to support the Phones for Funds program by Jan. 15. The phones will be recycled and funds raised will support the Wilmot Cancer Center’s comprehensive campaign to expand local cancer care and research.
You can drop off your phone at the University of Rochester Medical Center development offices at 300 E. River Road or at the William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Career Management Center in Gleason Hall.
Phones can be dropped off at tje following libraries: East Rochester, Fairport, Gates, Greece, Greece Barnard Crossing, Hamlin, Ogden Farmers Library, Parma, Penfield, Pittsford, Riga, Scottsville or any of the 10 Rochester branches.
Collection bins are also at Bloomfield Junior and Senior High School; Caledonia-Mumford High School, Johanna Perrin Middle School in Fairport, Gorham Central School, Holley High School, Barker Road Middle School in Pittsford, Southern Cayuga Middle School, Webster Schroeder High School, and Holmes Road Elementary and Buckman Heights School of Inquiry in Greece.
Other drop-off locations include SUNY Brockport Office of Residence Life in Hazen Hall, Label World, 29 Jet View Drive, or Finishing Touch Salon, 2086 E. Henrietta Road.
For more information, call the Wilmot Development Office at (585) 242-8988 or visit www.wilmotcancercenter.com .