Local Recycling Event Benefits Marshfield's Grad Nite Live!


Where: Furnace Brook Middle School
When: Saturday, April 18, 9am to 1pm

Steve Beck has been holding these events since 2002, they have now raised $514,000 for non-profit, educational and community service organizations. Steve’s events have become regular events at many local towns and are usually held twice per year. Agencies that have benefited include Thayer Public Library ($21,000), Dedham HS Music Program ($15,000), Norwell Science Center ($4,000), Martha’s Vineyard Community Service center ($34,000) and a host of high school music, fine arts and girls athletic programs.

It’s So Easy
Local residents can simply put their unwanted electronics into their vehicle and drive to the Marshfield Middle School, where workers will remove the items from their car. Hard drives are destroyed, some items are crushed and sold as construction filler and televisions and monitors are reburbished for resale all over the world. Here’s the listing of what they’ll take at this recycling event:

Grad Nite Live
Grad Nite Live benefits financially as all donations received are given to this worthy organization. In these troubled times, events such as this are necessary to fund important community groups like Grad Nite Live. http://www.GradNiteLive.com

For a Cash Donation of any size, folks can drop off the following items in ANY Quantity:

  • Computers
  • Monitors
  • Notebooks
  • DVD/VCR players
  • Turntables and stereo equipment (speakers, etc)
  • Printers
  • Faxes
  • Copiers
  • Air conditioners
  • Microwaves
  • Dehumidifiers
  • Cell phones (are donated to cell phones for soldiers)
  • Routers, hubs and networking equipment
  • PDA’s

Televisions ($10-$20 each – price varies due to size). This is the only item for which there is a charge at this event. Note: This time around, they CANNOT take appliances, lawn mowers or diagnostic equipment.

This event also accepts donations of gently used clothing to benefit the Big Brother Big Sister foundation. There’s no charge to drop off clothing and donors are asked to please put their donations into plastic bags.

Be as generous as you can with your cash donations and help Grad Nite Live continue their good work in our community.

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