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Alliance Credit Union Holds Recycling Drive to Benefit HOPE Services
Donating Recyclables Can Help Provide HOPE for People with Developmental Disabilities
The following items are acceptable for e-waste: computers, cables and mice, monitors, keyboards, scanners, printers, servers, VCR/DVD players, fax machines, radios, TVs, CPUs, stereos, record players, speakers, cameras, telephones, cell phones, iPods, wire, medical, and sound and recording equipment. Donations of used clothing, small household items, and used bicycled will also be gladly accepted. Other acceptable items include: clothing in useable condition, shoes, purses, belts, bags, jewelry and accessories, bedding, towels, sheets, curtains, and linens.
Alliance Credit Union hopes you take the time to donate and provide hope for disabled children who deserve to live in a world where they can receive an education, sustain lasting friendships with their peers, and become valued and participating members of their communities.
About Alliance Credit Union
Alliance Credit Union is a not‐for‐profit, member‐owned financial cooperative that exists to help members and individuals in our communities build a sustainable financial future. Established in 1952, the credit union serves more than 40,000 members and is open to membership for any individual who lives, works or worships in New Hanover, Brunswick and Pender counties, North Carolina, and Santa Clara, San Mateo and Alameda counties, California. For more information, visit http://www.alliancecreditunion.org.
About HOPE Services
HOPE Services provides comprehensive services to more than 2,500 individuals with developmental disabilities including autism spectrum disorders, mental retardation, Down’s syndrome, and other related conditions. Established in 1952 in a one-room schoolhouse in San Jose, HOPE leaves a lasting legacy that reflects a simple philosophy: all people with developmental disabilities should be able to live and actively participate in their communities. For more information, go to http://www.hopeservices.org.