recycle mobile phones

Mobile phone recycling is an easy and rewarding way to raise money for charity. You can donate your old mobile to keep it out of landfill and support these fantastic charities at the same time.

PhoneCycle will assess the value of your mobile phones and donate the money directly to the charity of your choice. You will then receive a thank you letter from them as recognition for your contribution.

We are proud to raise money for the following campaigns and organisations: 

  • Doctors Without Borders
  • The Children’s Hospital at Westmead
  • Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia
  • The Smith Family
  • They're Calling on You!
  • Cerebral Palsy Alliance
  • Cystic Fibrosis Australia
  • headspace
  • Australian Conservation Foundation
  • Cancer Council
  • Engineers without Borders
  • Mission Australia
  • Motor Neurone Disease Association (NSW, SA, VIC, WA)
  • Lort Smith Animal Hospital
  • Oxfam
  • The Jane Goodall Institute
  • Westcare
  • McAuley Community Services for Women

 

Recycle Phones For Charity - Medecins Sans Frontieres

Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) is the world’s leading independent organisation for emergency medical humanitarian aid.  Assisting victims of conflict, epidemic outbreaks and natural or man-made disasters, each year Médecins Sans Frontières sends around 3,000 international field workers to work alongside 22,000 national staff in countries around the world.  There they work together to bring emergency medical assistance to the people who need it most and may otherwise have no access to even the most basic life-saving health services.

 

Recycle Mobile Phones for Hospital

The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, the largest paediatric centre in NSW, is world-renowned for its high quality, specialised treatment of sick children.

Part of the Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network, it provides specialist care for children from around Australia and across the Pacific Rim as well as community education, advocacy for improved child health and ground-breaking research into childhood illnesses, all in a positive, caring and healing environment.

For more information about The Children’s Hospital at Westmead please visit our website: www.bandagedbear.org.au or contact the Fundraising Department on 02 9845 3367.

 

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Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA) is a broad based community organisation and the peak national body for prostate cancer in Australia.

We are dedicated to reducing the impact of prostate cancer on Australian men, their partners and families, recognising the diversity of the Australian community.

We do this by:

1.       Promoting and funding world leading, innovative research into prostate cancer

2.       Implementing awareness and advocacy campaigns and education programs for the Australian Community, health professionals and Government

3.       Supporting men and their families affected by prostate cancer through evidence-based information and resources, support groups and Prostate Cancer Specialist Nurses.

 

The Smith Family

In Australia today, 1 in 10 Australian children are living in jobless families, where even life's basics are hard to come by. When families are experiencing financial disadvantage, children can fall behind with their learning leaving them more vulnerable to experiencing hardship themselves later in the life. 

As Australia’s largest national education-oriented charity, The Smith Family supports disadvantaged Australian children to participate fully in their education, giving them the best chance at breaking the cycle of disadvantage. Their learning support and mentoring programs help children in need to fit in at school, keep up with their peers, and build aspirations for a better future for themselves.

 

TCOY Donate Phones

One of the biggest threats to gorillas is the illegal mining of coltan, a mineral used in many mobile phones. Recycling your pre-loved mobile phones will reduce the demand for coltan mining and raise money for vital conservation projects.

Gorilla Doctors, in partnership with Zoos Victoria, is ensuring the health and survival of wild gorillas through veterinary care, regular monitoring of family groups, and the rescue and ongoing care of orphaned baby gorillas. 

 

Recycle Mobile Phone Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy Alliance is an organisation that provides family-centred therapies, life skills programs, equipment and support for people living with cerebral palsy and their families. At Cerebral Palsy Alliance our priority is to help babies, children, teenagers and adults living with cerebral palsy lead the most comfortable, independent and inclusive life possible. 

Our therapy teams work with individuals and families to maximise their participation in the community. We also fund important cerebral palsy research in Australia and overseas through our Research Foundation.

 

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Cystic Fibrosis Australia is a national not-for-profit organisation and the national body supporting people with Cystic Fibrosis.  CFA's mission is to deliver research, advocacy and improved CF Clinic services to better support people with CF and be the peak national body supporting our State/Territory members with their goals to enhance the quality of life of people affected by CF.

Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is the most common, genetically acquired, life-shortening chronic illness affecting young Australians today.  It primarily affects the lungs and the digestive system; however it also affects a number of other organs and systems. Complications increase with age, requiring ever increasing levels of care and support.  On average, one in 25 people carry the CF gene (most of whom are unaware they are carriers) and right now the average life span of a person with CF is 38 years of age.

 

Recycle Mobile Phones For Charity - Headspace

Mental health is the single largest health issue facing young Australians. headspace provides mental health and wellbeing support, information and services to young people aged 12 and 25 and their families across Australia.

headspace can help with:

  • general health
  • mental health and wellbeing
  • alcohol and other drugs
  • education, employment and other services

There are 55 headspace centres located across Australia. In addition headspace provides an online and telephone mental health support service - eheadspace.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

For more information on headspace or to find your nearest headspace centre, please visit headspace.

 

Recycle Phones For Charity - ACF

The Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) is committed to inspiring people to achieve a healthy environment for all Australians. For 45 years we have been a strong voice for the environment, promoting solutions through research, consultation, education and partnerships. We work with the community, business and government to protect, restore and sustain our environment.

Supporting ACF will help ensure that future generations have healthy rivers, clean air, flourishing forests, unspoiled oceans and protection for our unique animals and plants. We strive for a harmonious existence between people and nature, now and for the future.

 

Recycle Mobile Phones For Charity - Cancer Council

Cancer Council rely on generous donations to help fund the fight against cancer, and are committed to maximising their impact.

Funds are directed towards: 

  • Lifesaving cancer research
  • World-class education programs; and
  • Support services for people in times of great need

Your help can make a difference. 

If you would like more information on the Cancer Council Victoria please contact us on 1300 65 65 85.

 

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Engineers Without Borders Australia works with disadvantaged communities to improve the quality of life through education the implementation of sustainable engineering projects. Common issues facing communities we work with include access to drinking water, sanitation, energy, basic infrastructure and waste systems. We work in partnership with developing communities both within Australia and overseas, assisting them to gain access to the knowledge, resources and appropriate technologies they need to improve their livelihoods.

 

Recycle Phones For Charity - Mission Australia

Mission Australia is a Christian community service organisation that has been transforming the lives of Australians in need for more than 150 years. Today our 550 community and employment services assist more than 300,000 Australians by providing a hand up, a way forward and hope for the future. We work towards creating a fairer Australia by advocating for people in need and helping them to get back on their feet.

We strengthen families, empower youth, strive to solve homelessness and provide employment solutions.

 

Mobile Phone Recycling for MND

Motor Neurone Disease Association of Victoria is the only organisation focussed on supporting people in Victoria living with MND.   MND is a rapidly progressive neurological disease which causes the nerves controlling voluntary muscles to gradually fail, causing weakness, wasting and paralysis. MND varies from person to person. MND is always terminal, usually within 3-5 years, there is no remission and no active treatment.  Last year the Association supported 441 people living with MND, including the loan of disability aids and equipment at no cost to the person with MND. This is a critical area of need for people living with MND as the disease takes away their mobility and can result in social isolation.

For more information on the services provided by MND Victoria please visit our website www.mnd.asn.au

 

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MNDAWA is a registered charity supporting people living with Motor Neurone Disease (MND), their carers and families throughout Western Australia. Motor neurone disease is the name given to a group of diseases in which the nerve cells (neurones) controlling the muscles that enable us to move, speak, breath and swallow undergo degeneration and die. At present there is no known cause and therefore no known cure for this terrible terminal disease. As a small not for profit association we rely heavily on fundraising to ensure that we can provide our members with the services that they require, as well as funds for research to find a cause and one day a cure for MND.

For more information on the services that the Motor Neurone Disease Association of Western Australia provide please visit: www.mndawa.asn.au

 

Donate mobile phones to MND SA

The Motor Neurone Disease Association of South Australia was founded in 1985 to provide and promote the best possible care and support for people with motor neurone disease (MND) and their families. We support over 100 people in South Australia with this devastating, terminal disease.

Motor neurone disease creates high levels of disability and the consequent need for support.  We support people with MND and their families through the provision of information, education, support, home visiting, informal counselling and through the provision of equipment and communication devices.

We receive no ongoing government funding to conduct our important work. Your support is vital to keep our services going. Visit us at www.mndasa.com.au.

 

MND Donate Phones

The Motor Neurone Disease Association is the only association in NSW/ACT working to support people living with all types of motor neurone disease, their families and carers.

The cause of MND is not known and at present there is no cure. However encouraging progress is being made by co-ordinated research across the world.

The MND association provides:

  • Information and support for people living with MND. This includes regular telephone contact and home visits.
  • Literature to assist in coping with MND on an everyday basis
  • An information line to assist newly diagnosed and anyone looking for additional information.
  • Information evenings for people who are newly diagnosed, their carers & families.
  • Information and education sessions for health professionals to promote the best possible care for people living with MND.
  • Loan equipment, including, electric wheel chairs, communication devices, electric beds, walking frames and more.
  • Meetings, workshops and seminars to share ideas, support one another, demonstrate equipment and share the knowledge of experts in the management for members with MND and those involved in their care.
  • Advocacy on behalf of people with MND to increase awareness of needs and ensure equity of access to available services and resources.
  • Funding for Research.

 

 Recycle phones Lort Smith

Lort Smith Animal Hospital is a not-for-profit organisation that provides affordable, quality veterinary care for tens of thousands of abandoned, mistreated, sick and injured animals each year. 

We have a dedicated cattery and kennels that care for and re-home unwanted animals, as well as a wildlife and exotic animal unit; where specially trained vets provide care and expertise. 

We also run an amazing Pet Therapy program that allows volunteers to take their dogs into aged care facilities and hospitals to provide much needed companionship and affection for the patients and residents. 

Our Emergency Welfare Assistance program allows us to care for pets of people in need, free of charge, until the owner is able to care for their pets once again.

 

Recycling Mobiles Oxfam

Oxfam’s vision is a just world without poverty. We envision a world in which people can influence decisions which affect their lives, enjoy their rights, and assume their responsibilities as full citizens of a world in which all human beings are valued and treated equally. 

Oxfam fights poverty and injustice in three ways:

  • Supporting long term development,
  • Responding to emergencies and
  • Campaigning for change.

For more information visit www.oxfam.org.au or call 1800 088 110

 

Mobile Phone Recycling for Charity - Jane Goodall

One of the biggest threats to chimpanzees and other Great Apes is the illegal mining of coltan, a mineral used in many mobile phones. Mining results in the clearing of essential habitat and drives the bush meat trade, further exacerbating the decline of Great Ape populations.

The Jane Goodall Institute is committed to raising awareness of the connection between the demise of Great Apes and increase in mobile phone production.

The Institute sees social justice, the environment and animal protection as interconnected issues. If we are going to protect animals, we also need to protect human communities and the ecosystems that support them.

 

 Recycle mobile phones for Westcare

Westcare Incorporated is a not-for-profit organisation, providing quality employment, training and accommodation for people with a disability since 1947. Westcare Incorporated consists of Westcare Industries and Westcare Accommodation Services. Their company includes Westcare Print, Box, Safety and Foodpak, manufacturing products such as printed materials, cardboard boxes, uniforms, safety wear and food packaging.

By employing, training, and accommodating people with a disability, Westcare helps on more than the level of physical and economic support, but provides people with a sense of dignity!

 

McAuley Donate Phones

McAuley Community Services for Women provides much needed accommodation for women and their children who are homeless or at risk of homelessness as a result of family violence or mental illness.  Each year we assist nearly 600 women and children to rebuild their lives, supporting them on their journey towards independence  and safer futures. 

McAuley is a ministry of the Sisters of Mercy and runs three vital services that are holistic in approach, providing a joined up service for women and their children who are homeless, including providing them with help to secure employment: McAuley Care, Victoria’s only round the clock, 365 days of the year crisis accommodation and support for women and their children escaping family violence, as well as five refuges. McAuley House, provides accommodation and support for women who either homeless or at risk of homelessness, many with poor physical and mental health. McAuley Works, an intensive employment program that assists women to secure meaningful employment and increases their ability to support themselves financially.