The Hotline is proud to team up with The Enterprise Mobility Foundation (EMF) and NextFone to allow companies to safely recycle mobile phones and help victims of domestic violence. The year-long partnership allows companies to send old smartphones (and other mobile phones) to NextFone cost-free and NextFone will remove proprietary data from the phones and donate the current market value of phones to support The Hotline services. Join our new campaign and give victims of domestic violence a voice and donate your firm’s old smartphones to support The Hotline.
Oct. 6, 2010– Three women are killed everyday in America in incidents of domestic violence. The Hotline is proud to team up with The Enterprise Mobility Foundation (EMF) and NextFone to allow companies to safely recycle mobile phones and help victims of domestic violence. The year-long partnership allows companies to send old smartphones (and other mobile phones) to NextFone cost-free and NextFone will remove proprietary data from the phones and donate the current market value of phones to support The Hotline services. Join our new campaign http://www.smartphonesforcharity.org and give victims of domestic violence a voice and donate your firm’s old smartphones to support The Hotline.
“The National Domestic Violence Hotline commends the commitment of NextFone and The EMF to partner with us in the prevention of domestic violence,“ said Dyanne Purcell, National Domestic Violence Hotline CEO. “The support of the recycling program will help our trained advocates to continue answering the high volume of calls that come into The Hotline at 1-800-799 SAFE(7233). “
“NextFone is honored to join EMF in helping support The Hotline’s vital mission assisting vulnerable people in crisis,” said Eric M. Hirschfield, VP of Marketing for NextFone. “We’re proud to help businesses by environmentally sustainable and support the greater good with programs such as recycling mobile phones for The Hotline.”
”The Enterprise Mobility Foundation’s primary mission is to give back to the community of enterprise mobility enthusiasts and practitioners through education,” said Philippe Winthrop, Managing Director for the Enterprise Mobility Foundation. “Today we’re taking this vision one vital step forward by helping companies understand how they can support The Hotline and this incredibly important cause.”
Over the past 15 years, The Hotline has answered nearly 2.5 million calls from women, men, children and families in crisis. This effort will enable us to help increase our efforts to combat domestic violence across the country.
The National Domestic Violence Hotline
The National Domestic Violence Hotline was established in 1996 as a component of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) passed by Congress. The Hotline is a nonprofit organization that provides crisis intervention, information and referral to victims of domestic violence, perpetrators, friends and families. The Hotline answers a variety of calls and is a resource for domestic violence advocates government officials, law enforcement agencies and the general public.
The Enterprise Mobility Foundation
Founded in 2010, the Enterprise Mobility Foundation’s mission is to be the global community builder and evangelist for showcasing the value of successfully deploying and managing mobility solutions within organizations in the public and private sector.
NextFone is a leading mobile phone recycler for corporations and government. NextFone enables organizations to meet the challenges of old mobile devices simply, safely, responsibly and economically. NextFone is committed to making it easy for companies to support charities through donations of used mobile devices.
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