Giving Back

College Hunks Sponsors 2013 Electronics Drive

October 25, 2013 at 10:35 AM

This fall, College Hunks Hauling Junk and Moving is all about giving back to local communities. In conjunction with St. Joseph Regional School in Newton, NJ, College Hunks helped sponsor a harvest festival and electronics donation drive this past Saturday, October 19th. The local community gathered to celebrate the school and children.

From 12 pm to 3 pm both children and adults enjoyed music, lunch, pumpkin painting and games. All while the College Hunks gave back to the children. For every pound of used electronics collected, College Hunks donated 5 cents directly to the school. They were able to donate a total of $3,000 during the event.  Old computers, phones, mobile devices and more were collected to help the fundraising. As an incentive for students, the class that donated the most electronics won a pizza party.

“The College Hunks are all about teaching children how to better the environment…all while having fun with their fellow classmates” explained College Hunks owner Stephen Bienko. The College Hunks team loved working with the students and informing them at a young age the importance of recycling and helping the community grow. 

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This was St. Joseph’s second annual harvest fest and the first annual electronics drive sponsored by College Hunks. Stephen has stated, “We love the concept and hope to sponsor one annually in participation with St. Joseph’s. We’re proud to have been able to donate $3,000 to a small Catholic School like this.”

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