Shorewood program for medically fragile students is Going Green while Getting Green

Friday, April 22, 2011

Students and members of the Shorewood High School T-bird Crew are earning cash by “Going Green” with their participation in the FundingFactory Recycling Program.

The Shorewood High School T-bird Crew is collecting empty laser and inkjet cartridges and used cell phones from the community and sending them to FundingFactory in exchange for technology and recreation products, or even cash.
Companies interested in demonstrating a commitment to education and the environment can also participate in the FundingFactory Business Support Program. FundingFactory will send each supporting business prepaid shipping labels to return their collected cartridges and cell phones, with the credit going to the Shorewood High School T-bird Crew.
Community and business supporters can drop off cartridges and cell phones at Shorewood High School, 17300 Fremont Ave N. The T-Bird Crew program is also looking for businesses willing to be drop-off sites.

To learn more about supporting the Shorewood High School T-bird Crew or to volunteer to be a drop-off site, contact Veronica Cook, Lead teacher, Medically Fragile Program, at 206-393-6818.

For more information about the recycling program, visit FundingFactory or call, toll-free, 1-888-883-8237.  FundingFactory provides schools, nonprofit groups and charities with much-needed funding through the simple act of recycling. FundingFactory has provided over $20 million in funding to schools and groups across the country since its inception in 1997.


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