Bloomington, IL, November 10, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Normal Gadgets, the largest mobile device repair center in central Illinois, is seeking donations of old gently used cell phones to collect and donate to the Neville House for domestic victims. Each year since 2013 Normal Gadgets puts out the call for donations and citizens of Bloomington/Normal have responded by donating over 300 phones.
“A 911 cell phone can mean the moments between life and death in a violent relationship,” said Angie Ballantini from Normal Gadgets. “We understand the importance for communications by providing these cleaned, repaired donated cell phones. Thank you to the citizens of Bloomington/Normal for bringing them to our store allowing this compassionate donation.”
Phones and components that could not be refurbished are to be dismantled and responsibly recycled to reclaim materials. Donations are accepted through this November and December. Simply stop by the Bloomington location with your donations.
About Normal Gadgets
Normal Gadgets, LLC is an Illinois Corporation specializing in the repair of cell phones, smart phones, iPods, tablets and gaming systems. Normal Gadgets is the only Advanced Mobile Technician Level I, II & III in Central Illinois. Founded in 2012 by Angie Ballantini, Normal Gadgets is the go-to tech company that works on cracked screens, buttons that don’t work, water damage, restoration and modification of systems. In addition Normal Gadgets offers unlocking, rooting and jail breaking of cell phones. For more information, visit www.NormalGadgets.com.
About CDV/Neville House
This program, which operates in McLean County, IL only, is designed to create safe, nurturing families free from violence and control through free and confidential services. CDV assists and empowers families in crisis situations with individual and group counseling for adults and children and serves as a community resource by providing awareness, advocacy, and education on the issue of domestic violence. As the only emergency shelter in the area, we can empower residents as they strive to accomplish their goals through assistance in areas such as domestic violence education, life skills training, transportation, medical assistance and parenting support. For more information, visit http://www.mccainc.org/programs/countering-domestic-violence.