Sometimes doing something good requires giving of your time and money.
Sometimes all it takes is giving your trash.
This is the latter.
At Vigilante Kindness, we want to pursue self-sustaining educational and employment opportunities with and for people in developing countries throughout the world, but we also want to do that in a way that takes care of the world itself.
Enter the Vigilante Kindness Recycling Drive.
You may already know that we’re recycling magazines to help the women of Te Okot make paper bead jewelry to sell so they can earn a sustainable income.
Please consider donating the following recyclable items to Vigilante Kindness:
- aluminum cans
- plastic bottles
- empty printer cartridges
- empty toner cartridges
- old cell phones/smart phones
- old (working) laptops
- old iPods
If you live in the Redding area, when your container is full, just shoot us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’ll come collect your recyclables. If you live outside of the area, but would like to join the recycling drive, shoot us an email and we’ll get you all set up.
Thanks for helping us care for the people we love throughout the world in ways that also help care for the world itself.