At Starship we know there are heaps of old mobile phones lying
around in drawers or cupboards, not being used. If your school
would like to collect recycle old mobile phones and make a real
difference at the same time, please support the Starship Mobile
Phones collected by schools will help us to support the Starship National
Air Ambulance Service which flies children from all over New
Zealand to Starship to receive the care they need.
Here's how it works:
- Register your school by emailing email@example.com.
- Receive your recycling pack and collection box
- Start promoting - inform your students in assembly or class,
send out your letters to parents/guardians, put your posters up, or
send a press releases to your local media.
- Set up your collection points - make sure they're somewhere
visible in the school. Start collecting!
- Get ready to swap. Count your phones,
select your rewards and call us on 09 377 4750 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and
we'll arrange to collect your phones free of charge.
Be sure to read the Terms and
Conditions before getting started.
Above are two photos of students from Summerland
Primary School and Hebron Christian College with the Prime Minister
at the February 2013 event to celebrate raising $2million from the
Mobile Phone Appeal. Read more about this event under
After all your hard work, you'll receive your school
rewards and a big thank you from Starship!
Schools have and continue to play a huge part in
helping us raise funds for the Starship National Air Ambulance
Service. Thanks to each and every school for the continued support
of the Starship Mobile Phone Appeal.
Find out who won the 2013 Schools Mobile
Phone Appeal Campaign with Caltex.
Congratulations to Riverlands School in Marlborough,
our lucky winner of the iPad2!