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Phones for Fearless! Donate your old phones to change lives

By uncleweed on December 19, 2008 - 5:02pm

NOTE: Cross-posted from Fearless City.


Donate phones to Fearless to help Vancouver downtown eastside artists and residents

Donate your old mobile phones to help DTES artists share stories, and tap into life, jobs & family.

How can you help?

  1. Your used mobile phones - preferably with video, camera, wi-fi
  2. Cash donations (* tax deductible) or new phone donations
  3. Conversation - tell your friend on your blog, twitter, etc. - post a badge

Action Plan:
First, Gather phones!

Collect all the un-used mobile phones at your office and home - dig into your boxes of stuff, ask you friends! Digital cameras gratefully accepted too.

Next, Arrange Pick-up:

  • Let us know via Twitter: Fearless City, email: info (at) fearlessmedia (dot) ca, Phone/SMS: 604.644.4349, Voice mail: 604.682.3269 xt 8320
  • We'll come by on purple Yahoo bikes on Tues. Dec. 23rd & 30th to collect your devices
  • We'll take your photo, bring treats, and thank you publicly with a link

Or, Drop-off (after Tuesday, 23rd) at:

FOR THE LOVE OF LUMS - Benefit Concert & Silent Auction

By hearthehunger on April 16, 2008 - 2:33pm

Apr 17 2008 - 5:30pm
Apr 17 2008 - 11:30pm

A FUN & EASY WAY TO
MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE DTES

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Where: Firehall Arts Centre, Vancouver
When: Thursday, April 17
Time: 5:30:00 PM - 11:30:00 PM

check out http://hearthehunger.com/blog for more info

Hear the Hunger - BE the Change!

Thursday, April 17, 2008 - Tickets are $26.00
(see our web site for ticket information)

Firehall Arts Centre
- Doors open at 5:30pm for reception and silent auction
Variety music concert starts at 7:00pm

THE SHOW:Featuring MC/Host - Kevin Bergsma and 5 very talented local bands. You will be entertained with an eclectic selection of music from Folk to Cajun, Contemporary Rock, 50's/60's rock'n roll, Bluegrass and Latin. A little something for everyone while you enjoy guilt free shopping and supporting one of the many valiant organizations who help support and comfort the homeless and marginalized in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.

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