Obama Encourages People to Take Action This Earth Day; CFK Offers More Recycling Incentives

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.
By: cfktoday
April 14, 2010 - PRLog -- This year, the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, President Obama spoke about the importance of community in preserving and preparing our environment for the future.

In an effort to encourage communities to get involved in the Earth Day celebration, Cartridges for Kids is offering $50 in cash to winners of their new promotion.

To be eligible for the Earth Day $50 Giveaway, submit a photo of you and/or your organization celebrating Earth Day with CFK. Photo submissions will be entered into a drawing, and the winner will receive $50. All photos should be sent to contact@cfktoday.com by 5pm Mountain Time on April 30th.

CFK recycles used electronics, ranging from cell phones and iPods to laptops and ink cartridges. To see a complete list of what they recycle, visit: http://cfktoday.com/recyclelists.html. The items sent to CFK are either refurbished or recycled, in accordance with all federal and state environmental regulations, and CFK pays your organization cash for the items sent in.
CFK provides all material needed to start a recycling collection at your school, business, or organization. Visit their website http://www.cfktoday.com to get fliers, posters, free shipping labels, and ideas for how to organize a community recycling event.


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CFK was launched nationwide in 1999.  Since its inception, this recycling program for schools and non-profits has helped organizations fundraise over $13 million. CFK is free for participants, and dedicated to recycling or reusing responsibly.
Tags:Earth Day, Recycling, Obama, Electronics, Money
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