Free cell phone and 250 monthly service minutes for low income and disabled anywhere in the US

Houston based 501 c 3 non profit org. offers free emergency cell phone and monthly services at no charge. Offer good in the continental US SPRINT network. Reserved for low income and disabled consumers.
May 26, 2011 - PRLog -- Volunteer members of 501 C 3 non profit organization AHCH inc., est 1994 has entered into a public grant to help provide sick,  poor and indigent people with emergency cell phone service.  Utilizing the host SPRINT network,  AHCH inc. will ship you information and application package on obtaining your FREE cell phone equipment with 250 talk minutes FREE per month, so please go to website for application.

AHCH helps people with chronic illness with housing, community referalls and other support mechanisms to hold down the monthly budget of someone on SSI or SSDI.

This is a legitimate offer and after you apply it is  for free equipment & 250 minutes per month.  Additional 250 minutes available for only 5 dollars

For more information please visit     www.ahchinc.webs.freecellphone.htm


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AIDS Housing Coalition Houston or AHCH-inc. has served the Houston area AIDS patients since 1994. Currently operating the all volunteer staffed WEST HEIGHTS HOUSE SHELTER in the West Heights area of Houston, TX 77008. One hundred percent of all donations go to direct client services and support & no office and paid staff overhead ever.

AHCH inc director Matt Locklin is certified by the IRS in practices and proceedures for non profit status & can mentor by donation other new groups on becoming a non profit org. Mr. Locklin is a 2007 Jefferson's Award alumni for his work on behalf of the homeless populations of Harris County, Texas.
Source:AHCH inc.
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Tags:Free Cell Phone, Low Income Support, Disabled Cell Phone For Free, Aids Support, Cancer Support, GLBT low income
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Location:Houston - Texas - United States
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