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Sep 13, 2010
Schools who recycle iPhones are now eligible for up to $1000 in prize money when they participate in CFK's Great iPhone Treasure Hunt. CFK will be giving out cash for the value of recycled phones, as well as $1750 to the schools who collect the most.

Jul 22, 2010
Electronics recycling is becoming a preferred way for businesses to simultaneously further their green initiatives and increase community involvement. Businesses are able to accomplish both with programs like CFK and Recycle 4 a Cause.

Jul 14, 2010
As the cost of the war in Afghanistan rises due to increased convoy attacks, soldier support organizations are attempting to provide more financial and emotional support to troops stationed overseas. The increased cost, however, is felt by all.

Jul 07, 2010
Older versions of the iPhone are now worth up to $225 each when they are recycled. One company is not only paying the market value of the phones to the people who recycle them, but is adding incentive cash to encourage recycling.

Jul 01, 2010
Supporting our troops doesn't take cash or free time anymore--old cell phones and other electronics can be recycled to benefit charities working to support our troops and their families, this month and all year long at Recycle 4 Soldiers.

May 03, 2010
The market values of another 100 different models of cell phones, ink and laser cartridges has increased this month, allowing Cartridges for Kids to increase payments to their recyclers who send in these items.

Apr 22, 2010
Today, on the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, school activities celebrating the day of environmental awareness can actually increase the money schools have to operate on.

Apr 14, 2010
Obama's Earth Day message stressed the importance of communities coming together to make a difference. In keeping with the theme of community action, CFK has launched an Earth Day drawing, where participants are eligible to win cash.

Apr 05, 2010
Digital Wish & CFK have partnered to create Recycle Forward, a program that allows schools to raise money for new technology by recycling used electronics (cell phones, laptops, printer cartridges, digital cameras, etc.).

Mar 29, 2010
Due to the increasing market value of 100 different models of cell phones, inkjet cartridges, and laser cartridges, Cartridges for Kids (CFK) is now able to increase payments to their recyclers who send in these items.

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