Mobile phone buyback and recycling company e-Cycle collaborates with prominent financial institution to donate more than $44 thousand dollars for Charlotte Hospital
e-Cycle LLC, a wireless asset recovery and recycling company based in Columbus, Ohio, made an anonymous donation of $44,687 to Levine Children’s Hospital on behalf of a prominent financial intuition yesterday. Partnering with e-Cycle, the organization raised the funds for this charitable contribution through a mobile recycling program.
The check was presented to Mark Griffith with Carolinas HealthCare Foundation during the Levine Children’s Hospital Charity Golf Tournament at the Old Sycamore Golf Plantation. e-Cycle purchased and recycled thousands of used mobile devices from the anonymous institution and was asked to donate the revenues to the hospital.
“We are honored to benefit from e-Cycle’s generosity,” said Mark Griffith with Carolinas HealthCare Foundation. “Thanks to the continuing support of great companies like e-Cycle, Levine Children’s Hospital is able to provide the absolute best medical care to children and families, close to home.”
According to e-Cycle founder and CEO Chris Irion, many of e-Cycle’s enterprise clients are seeking new, inventive ways to give back to the community. He said that wireless recycling offers a convenient and rewarding way to raise money for charity while protecting the environment as well as the company bottom line.
To learn more about cell phone recycling for charity, visit www.e-Cycle.com.
About Levine Children’s Hospital
Levine Children’s Hospital is a 234-bed hospital in Charlotte, North Carolina, located on the main campus of Carolinas Medical Center. Since opening in December 2007, the hospital has grown to include more than 30 pediatric specialties and has already received national distinction by U.S. News & World Report as one of “America’s Best Children’s Hospitals” for treatment of kidney disorders. Learn more at http://www.levinechildrenshospital.org.
About e-Cycle LLC
Ranked the #5 fastest growing environmental services company in the U.S. by Inc. 500|5000, e-Cycle helps organizations take a more responsible, secure and profitable approach to wireless recycling. e-Cycle buys used iPhones, BlackBerrys, smartphones, iPads and other cell phones that still retain value and recycles all others at no charge through an EPA-registered facility. The company has a 100 percent zero landfill policy. The information on every device is either deleted or destroyed through rigorous mobile security measures.