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Ever wonder what to do with your old cellular phone?

Phi Mu Foundation has the answer for you!


Through Sprint Project Connect, donated wireless phones will be either recycled or resold, with the proceeds benefiting charitable organizations that serve people with disabilities.

            Why should Phi Mus donate their phones to Sprint?  Through an agreement reached with Phi Mu Foundation, Sprint will donate free long distance minutes for the Foundation’s phonathon September 22-26 from the Georgia Tech campus.  In addition, it is providing cell phones for the Theta Zeta collegians to place the calls to donors, thus saving the Foundation a great deal of money for connection of telephone lines and long distance charges. 

            All Sprint asks in return is that we spread the word to encourage Phi Mus to turn in their unused wireless phones at any Sprint cellular store.  (Or if you prefer you can send your phone(s) to the Foundation, attention Michelle Lyell at 3558 Habersham at Northlake Tucker, GA  30084)

            Sprint Project Connect was launched in April 2002, the first nationwide campaign in support of the Wireless Foundation’s Donate a Phone Return Outreach Initiative – a new program designed to help wireless carriers raise funds for their charities of choice through the collection of used wireless phones. Marlee Matlin, award-winning actress currently seen on television in “The West Wing” is the national spokesperson for Sprint Project Connect.

            Please encourage every Phi Mu and each Phi Mu chapter to support this program.  It doesn’t cost a thing to take part!   


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