DVCAC Cell Phone Drive
Join the Cavaliers and the Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center (DVCAC) as we team up to put your old cell phones to good use! Show your support by donating your old cell phones at the Cavaliers’ game on Friday, March 8th.
If you donate your old phone that night, you’ll receive two tickets to a future Cavs game!
What is the DVCAC?
The mission of the DVCAC is to empower individuals, educate the community and advocate for justice to end domestic violence and child abuse. The DVCAC envisions a community in which all people enjoy lives free from violence and abuse and feel safe and secure in their relationships.
How does the DVCAC use old cell phones?
Working or not, your old cell phone and battery can be used to support victims of abuse in our community. Working phones are given to domestic violence victims to call 911 in case of an emergency or to replace a phone that is no longer safe for them to use. Broken or outdated phones are responsibly recycled or refurbished to raise funds that support victims of domestic violence and child abuse.
Where can I donate?
You can donate your old cell phones at the Cavaliers’ game on Friday, March 8th. There will be collection bins at all entrances of The Q. Remember, if you donate your old phone that night, you’ll receive two tickets to a future Cavs game!
Click here to purchase tickets. $5 for every purchase goes back to DVCAC!