Proceeds from the HopeLine program are used to provide wireless phones and airtime to victims of domestic violence and cash grants to local shelters and non-profit organizations like Laura’s House that focus on domestic violence prevention, awareness and advocacy
Laura’s House is pleased to be a beneficiary of the HopeLine® from Verizon phone recycling program! Through HopeLine, Verizon is putting its wireless network to work in the community by turning no-longer-used wireless phones and accessories into support for survivors of domestic violence.
Proceeds from the HopeLine from Verizon program are used to provide wireless phones and airtime to victims of domestic violence, and cash grants to local shelters and non-profit organizations like Laura’s House, that focus on domestic violence prevention, awareness and advocacy.
How You Can Help
There are two simple ways to donate wireless phones, accessories and batteries to the HopeLine from Verizon program:
Visit your local Verizon Store in person to drop off the donation. Locations in Orange County include:
2981 Michelson Drive Suite A
Irvine, Calif. 92612
71 Fortune Drive Suite 934
Irvine, Calif. 92618
27040 Alicia Parkway
Laguna Niguel, Calif. 92677
23718 El Toro Road Suite A
Lake Forest, Calif. 92630
Rancho Santa Margarita
30465 Avenida De Las Flores Suite A
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688
For a location closer to you, visit the Verizon Wireless Store Locator.
Mail the phone, accessories or batteries to Verizon. You can download and print this prepaid label and attach to any box/envelope suitable for shipping.
Host a phone drive to benefit survivors of domestic violence, while helping the environment. Visit the HopeLine from Verizon Website for more details on how to get started.
About Laura’s House
Over the past eighteen years, Laura’s House has provided residential shelter and support services to nearly 3,500 families, and counseling, life skills education and legal assistance to over 40,000 individuals. The mission of Laura’s House is to change the social beliefs, attitudes and the behaviors that perpetuate domestic violence while creating a safe space in which to empower individuals and families affected by abuse.
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