Call4Gorillas Partner Program
|How to get started?|
|Spread the word with this|
|Collect the phones|
|Attach this flyer to your collection box (PDF)|
|Mail them in!|
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Enclose this form with shipment so your group is given credit.
The of accepted items. Please do not send items not on the list.
Calling all groups (schools, businesses, organizations): collect cell phones and not only receive good gorilla karma, but also be in the running to win cool prizes!
A school, business, or organization that promotes the cell phone recycling program and is able to collect the number of cell phones listed below for Zoo Atlanta/The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund. Awards will be given at time of collection. Please allow time for processing of the shipment.
- 200 cell phones: Silverback Supporter -A painting created by one of our gorilla artists!
- 100 cell phones: Ranger Level - Adopt an Infant Gorilla - Green Option
- 50 cell phones: Primate Pal - your group listed on this webpage
Zoo Atlanta Gorilla Partners
|Peeples Elementary School, Fayetteville, GA|
|Ithica Elementary School, Villa Rica, GA|
|Liberty High School, Renton, WA|
|STARBASE Connecticut, Hartford, CT|
|Heartland Elementary, Geneva, IL|
St. Martin's Episcopal School, Atlanta, GA
|Kane High School, Kane, PA|
|Adore Hair Studio, Atlanta, GA|
|Girl Scout Troop 1285, Conley, GA|
|Mountain Park Elementary, Roswell, GA|
|Pitner Elementary, Acworth, GA|
|Lowe Engineers, Atlanta, GA|
|Weissman Nowack Curry & Wilco, P.C., Atlanta, GA|
|NEW Academy Canoga Park, Canoga Park, CA|
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The class with their boxes complete with information and a hand drawn gorilla ready to distribute.
- Mrs. Potts Transitional Kindergarten Gorilla Project, NEW Academy Canoga Park, Canoga Park, CA
We were sorry to hear of Ivan’s passing, so it makes our Ivan Painting even more sentimental. We have an original from July of 2007 hanging on the front wall of my science classroom. With Ivan’s history in our area (Seattle-Tacoma), the students were especially attached. Thanks again.
-Ms. Allen's biology class, Liberty High School, Renton, WA