VoiceNation Participates in Cell Phones For Soldiers

VoiceNation, a call center partner for thousands of businesses nationwide, recently participated in the Cell Phones for Soldiers Recycling Program within their organization in an effort to support troops and keep cell phone waste out of landfills. With donations from VoiceNation staff, active-duty military members and veterans will receive a total of 5,235 free cell phone minutes and nineteen gently used cell phones to help them connect with their families.

According to the Cell Phones for Soldiers’ fact sheet, “An estimated 100 to 130 million cell phones are no longer being used, many languishing in storage. Recycling cell phones reduces greenhouse gas emissions, keeps valuable material out of landfills and incinerators, and conserves natural resources.”

VoiceNation is dedicated to making a difference in the world. Their purpose, “To make the world a better place for those in it” is exemplified by the steps they take towards changing lives by helping others in the community and around the globe through specific volunteer initiatives such as collecting and donating cell phones to military members.

[Posted by Peter DeHaan for Connections Magazine, a contact center publication from Peter DeHaan Publishing Inc.]

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