Alliance Credit Union Holds Recycling Drive to Benefit HOPE Services

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Alliance Credit Union
HOPE Services
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San Jose - California - US

Jan. 18, 2013 - PRLog -- San Jose, CA – Alliance Credit Union will be holding an e-Waste Recycling, Household items and Clothing Drive benefiting HOPE Services on Saturday, January 26, from 10 am-2 pm at their Curtner Financial Center located at 265 Curtner Avenue in San Jose.

Your tax-deductible donation will help Alliance Credit Union and HOPE Services provide services to developmentally disabled individuals throughout the Bay Area become more self-sufficient and participate independently in their community.

Both Alliance and HOPE have just passed their 60th anniversaries. Help them celebrate by making a recyclable donation. The following items qualify as acceptable e-waste donations: computers, mice, monitors, keyboards, scanners, printers, fax machines, VCR/DVD players, radios, TVs, stereos, record players, speakers, cameras, telephones, cell phones, iPods and musical storage devices, and sound and recording equipment.  Other acceptable donations include used clothing, shoes, purses, belts, bags, jewelry and accessories, bedding, towels, sheets, curtains, linens, small household items, and used bicycles.  

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 Santa Clara, San Mateo and Alameda counties. For more information, visit  

About HOPE Services
HOPE Services provides comprehensive services to more than 2,500 individuals with developmental disabilities including autism spectrum disorders, 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
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