It is easy being green.
Not only are we proving Kermit wrong, we’re making it easy for you to join us! At the very core of what we do—repairing cell phones and other electronic gadgets—we are helping to keep our landfills clean. Emptier landfills = less toxins in the environment. When you bring in your broken gadget to a CPR® Store for repair instead of instantly discarding it, you are already doing your part.
Shriner’s Hospitals for Children Partnership
Now our collective good deeds mean even more! We have taken recycling a step further by teaming up with Shriners Hospitals for Children which provides the highest quality care to children with neuromusculoskeletal conditions, burn injuries and other special healthcare needs. For every recycled device, CPR Stores make regular donations to Shriners Hospitals for Children, providing moments of fun and happiness to those who need it most.
If you’d like to help…
CPR will accept donations no matter what condition the gadget is in. If you have a gadget with a cracked screen, or a phone that won’t charge, or even phone water damage, CPR will gladly accept these items. CPR has a team of highly skilled repair technicians that focus on cell phone repair, video game repair, and small electronic repair, so we can resurrect just about anything that comes our way!
Before donating your gadget, please make sure of the following:
- Make sure your service is terminated before you donate your gadget. If you still have service, you can contact your service provider to have them terminate your service.
- Please make sure any information that you have stored on your gadget, such as contacts and messages are erased before donating. You can choose to go through and delete each item, or you can also try performing a factory reset on your gadget. The factory reset will delete all of your saved information, so make sure you have everything you need off your phone before completing this task.
- Remove your SIM card from the gadget before donating. If you are unsure if your gadget uses a SIM card, you can contact your service provider to find out.