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Appleton, WI (October 25, 2016) –Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance (FWWA) has been selected as a 2016 Cellcom Green Gift recipient. The non-profit received a $1500 Green Gift from Cellcom to support its annual Watershed Cleanup.

FWWA is an independent, nonprofit organization that identifies issues and advocates for effective policies that protect, restore and sustain the water resources of the Fox-Wolf River Basin. The group hosts a cleanup event each year in the public spaces around Lake Winnebago, Lake Butte des Morts, and the Fox, Wolf, and Embarrass Rivers. The 2017 cleanup is scheduled for Saturday, April 22, 2017—on Earth Day.

“The Green Gift from Cellcom will help us recruit more than 600 volunteers to remove garbage from our local watershed. While there is a direct benefit to our area waterways, there is also a lot of educational impact through our outreach events to recruit volunteers,” said Jessica Schultz, Executive Director of FWWA. “As a community, we share our water resources and need to take responsibility for their care. This hands-on event is very eye opening for our volunteers and raises their level of awareness about the impact of pollution on these bodies of water.”

The Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance was among 22 green organizations that received a share of the $37,800 in Green Gifts from Cellcom this year. The Green Gifts program launched in 2010 and uses funds generated from Cellcom’s cell phone recycling program to fund green nonprofit initiatives. Customers and community members can bring in their old or unwanted phones to be reused and recycled. Cellcom sends the phones to recyclers who in return send money to Cellcom for the materials that were saved from the phones. Cellcom’s Green Gift program completes the green cycle that starts with consumers being environmentally-conscious and donating their devices.

 The 2016 Cellcom Green Gifts were awarded to non-profits throughout Cellcom’s service area and included Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve (Appleton), Heckrodt Wetland Reserve (Menasha), Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance (Appleton), Boys & Girls Club of Greater Green Bay, NEW Zoo & Adventure Park (Suamico), Greater Green Bay YMCA, River District Development Foundation (Merrill), Northland Pines Farm to School Program (Eagle River), Trees for Tomorrow (Eagle River), Wild Instincts (Rhinelander), Open Door Bird Sanctuary (Sturgeon Bay), Woodland Dunes Nature Center (Two Rivers), Crossroads at Big Creek, Inc. (Sturgeon Bay), Kelly Lake Advancement Association (Suring), Navarino Nature Center, Stockbridge Munsee Community (Bowler), Wisconsin Waterfowl Association (Abrams), The Etude Group (Sheboygan), Bookworm Gardens (Sheboygan), Maywood Environmental Park (Sheboygan), Friends of Mead/McMillan Association (Milladore), and Boys & Girls Club of Portage County (Stevens Point).

Cellcom is proud to support organizations of all sizes, whose work is impacting the community and building a greener tomorrow. The company’s recycling program has generated $266,975 for local charities over the past 13 years.

 

Cellcom is an innovative wireless company that provides nationwide service for its customer base throughout Wisconsin and Michigan, with 60 retail and agent locations. Cellcom is respected for its long-standing reputation of delivering extraordinary customer care, being a strong community partner, and for its renowned network, which is customized to its rural markets. As a subsidiary of Nsight, Cellcom is part of a family of companies offering complete telecommunications services.


Suring, WI (October 24, 2016) –Kelly Lake Advancement Association has been selected as a 2016 Cellcom Green Gift recipient. The nonprofit received a $300 Green Gift from Cellcom to support its Clean Boats Clean Waters program.

Clean Boats Clean Waters is a DNR program to inform boaters and anglers of the proper disposal method of all weeds and live bait. Kelly Lake Advancement Association staffs volunteers to inspect watercraft at public boat landings and talk about preventing the spread of aquatic invasive species. The Green Gift from Cellcom will be used to purchase apparel from the DNR that volunteers wear for identification purposes and support printing of additional informational material about the program.

Kelly Lake Advancement Association was among 22 green organizations that received a share of the $37,800 in Green Gifts from Cellcom this year. The Green Gifts program launched in 2010 and uses funds generated from Cellcom’s cell phone recycling program to fund green nonprofit initiatives. Customers and community members can bring in their old or unwanted phones to be reused and recycled. Cellcom sends the phones to recyclers who in return send money to Cellcom for the materials that were saved from the phones. Cellcom’s Green Gift program completes the green cycle that starts with consumers being environmentally-conscious and donating their devices.

The 2016 Cellcom Green Gifts were awarded to non-profits throughout Cellcom’s service area and included Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve (Appleton), Heckrodt Wetland Reserve (Menasha), Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance (Appleton), Boys & Girls Club of Greater Green Bay, NEW Zoo & Adventure Park (Suamico), Greater Green Bay YMCA, River District Development Foundation (Merrill), Northland Pines Farm to School Program (Eagle River), Trees for Tomorrow (Eagle River), Wild Instincts (Rhinelander), Open Door Bird Sanctuary (Sturgeon Bay), Woodland Dunes Nature Center (Two Rivers), Crossroads at Big Creek, Inc. (Sturgeon Bay), Kelly Lake Advancement Association (Suring), Navarino Nature Center, Stockbridge Munsee Community (Bowler), Wisconsin Waterfowl Association (Abrams), The Etude Group (Sheboygan), Bookworm Gardens (Sheboygan), Maywood Environmental Park (Sheboygan), Friends of Mead/McMillan Association (Milladore), and Boys & Girls Club of Portage County (Stevens Point).

Cellcom is proud to support organizations of all sizes, whose work is impacting the community and building a greener tomorrow. The company’s recycling program has generated $266,975 for local charities over the past 13 years.

 

Cellcom is an innovative wireless company that provides nationwide service for its customer base throughout Wisconsin and Michigan, with 60 retail and agent locations. Cellcom is respected for its long-standing reputation of delivering extraordinary customer care, being a strong community partner, and for its renowned network, which is customized to its rural markets. As a subsidiary of Nsight, Cellcom is part of a family of companies offering complete telecommunications services

 

Merrill, WI (October 24, 2016) –River District Development Foundation has been selected as a 2016 Cellcom Green Gift recipient. The non-profit received a $500 Green Gift from Cellcom to help renovation of the pavilion at the trailhead. 

The River District Development Foundation is the organization driving the development of the River Bend Trail, which currently stretches 1.7 miles along the Wisconsin River. With the recent purchase of land near downtown Merrill, the group is working to reconstruct an existing building for community use.

“The steel building on the parcel of land is being renovated to serve as a pavilion for the community to host a variety of events and serve as the trailhead for visitors looking to enjoy the natural beauty of the Wisconsin River and River Bend Trail,” said Brenda Mueller, board member. “The Green Gift from Cellcom will help furnish the building with picnic table seating. We hope these added amenities will not only drive greater use of the trail but continue to improve the quality of life in the Merrill area.”

The River District Development Foundation was among 22 green organizations that received a share of the $37,800 in Green Gifts from Cellcom this year. The Green Gifts program launched in 2010 and uses funds generated from Cellcom’s cell phone recycling program to fund green nonprofit initiatives. Customers and community members can bring in their old or unwanted phones to be reused and recycled. Cellcom sends the phones to recyclers who in return send money to Cellcom for the materials that were saved from the phones. Cellcom’s Green Gift program completes the green cycle that starts with consumers being environmentally-conscious and donating their devices.

The 2016 Cellcom Green Gifts were awarded to non-profits throughout Cellcom’s service area and included Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve (Appleton), Heckrodt Wetland Reserve (Menasha), Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance (Appleton), Boys & Girls Club of Greater Green Bay, NEW Zoo & Adventure Park (Suamico), Greater Green Bay YMCA, River District Development Foundation (Merrill), Northland Pines Farm to School Program (Eagle River), Trees for Tomorrow (Eagle River), Wild Instincts (Rhinelander), Open Door Bird Sanctuary (Sturgeon Bay), Woodland Dunes Nature Center (Two Rivers), Crossroads at Big Creek, Inc. (Sturgeon Bay), Kelly Lake Advancement Association (Suring), Navarino Nature Center, Stockbridge Munsee Community (Bowler), Wisconsin Waterfowl Association (Abrams), The Etude Group (Sheboygan), Bookworm Gardens (Sheboygan), Maywood Environmental Park (Sheboygan), Friends of Mead/McMillan Association (Milladore), and Boys & Girls Club of Portage County (Stevens Point).

Cellcom is proud to support organizations of all sizes, whose work is impacting the community and building a greener tomorrow. The company’s recycling program has generated $266,975 for local charities over the past 13 years.

 

Cellcom is an innovative wireless company that provides nationwide service for its customer base throughout Wisconsin and Michigan, with 60 retail and agent locations. Cellcom is respected for its long-standing reputation of delivering extraordinary customer care, being a strong community partner, and for its renowned network, which is customized to its rural markets. As a subsidiary of Nsight, Cellcom is part of a family of companies offering complete telecommunications services.


Green Bay, WI (October 21, 2016) –Boys & Girls Club of Greater Green Bay has been selected as a 2016 Cellcom Green Gift recipient. The non-profit received a $1000 Green Gift from Cellcom to support its Enviro Team.

The Enviro Team allows Club members ages 7-12 to participate in environmental education activities throughout the year.  The weekly program sessions introduce youth to strategies that reduce negative impacts on their environment, with activities including recycling-themed scavenger hunts, measuring and tracking waste material trends, and discussions about how participants have an impact on their surroundings. Additionally, members contribute to a safe and healthy environment at the Club and in the community by participating in seasonal clean up days.

“Enviro Team was developed to inspire youth to contribute to the betterment of their communities. The program’s two-pronged approach of educating youth about their environment and providing opportunities to engage in hands on, eco-friendly activities will result in an informed and practiced group of young people who recognize the importance of reducing environmental risks,” said John Benberg, executive director at the Boys & Girls Club. “The Green Gift from Cellcom will help develop healthy habits that participants can share with others as they become the next generation of leaders in their communities.”

The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Green Bay was among 22 green organizations that received a share of the $37,800 in Green Gifts from Cellcom this year. The Green Gifts program launched in 2010 and uses funds generated from Cellcom’s cell phone recycling program to fund green nonprofit initiatives. Customers and community members can bring in their old or unwanted phones to be reused and recycled. Cellcom sends the phones to recyclers who in return send money to Cellcom for the materials that were saved from the phones. Cellcom’s Green Gift program completes the green cycle that starts with consumers being environmentally-conscious and donating their devices.

The 2016 Cellcom Green Gifts were awarded to non-profits throughout Cellcom’s service area and included Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve (Appleton), Heckrodt Wetland Reserve (Menasha), Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance (Appleton), Boys & Girls Club of Greater Green Bay, NEW Zoo & Adventure Park (Suamico), Greater Green Bay YMCA, River District Development Foundation (Merrill), Northland Pines Farm to School Program (Eagle River), Trees for Tomorrow (Eagle River), Wild Instincts (Rhinelander), Open Door Bird Sanctuary (Sturgeon Bay), Woodland Dunes Nature Center (Two Rivers), Crossroads at Big Creek, Inc. (Sturgeon Bay), Kelly Lake Advancement Association (Suring), Navarino Nature Center, Stockbridge Munsee Community (Bowler), Wisconsin Waterfowl Association (Abrams), The Etude Group (Sheboygan), Bookworm Gardens (Sheboygan), Maywood Environmental Park (Sheboygan), Friends of Mead/McMillan Association (Milladore), and Boys & Girls Club of Portage County (Stevens Point).

Cellcom is proud to support organizations of all sizes, whose work is impacting the community and building a greener tomorrow. The company’s recycling program has generated $266,975 for local charities over the past 13 years.

 

Cellcom is an innovative wireless company that provides nationwide service for its customer base throughout Wisconsin and Michigan, with 60 retail and agent locations. Cellcom is respected for its long-standing reputation of delivering extraordinary customer care, being a strong community partner, and for its renowned network, which is customized to its rural markets. As a subsidiary of Nsight, Cellcom is part of a family of companies offering complete telecommunications services.

Menasha, WI (October 21, 2016) –Heckrodt Wetland Reserve has been selected as a 2016 Cellcom Green Gift recipient. The non-profit received a $1000 Green Gift from Cellcom to support its ‘Nature Friends Til Summers End’ program.

Heckrodt Wetland is a 5-acre reserve in Menasha that aims to educate people in the importance of conserving our natural resources while promoting recreation opportunities at the property. The ‘Nature Friends Til Summer’s End’ series is designed to get families outdoors to experience the natural world.

“The Green Gift from Cellcom will allow us to add a citizen science component to the program. Not only will participants be learning about turtles, frogs, honey bees and wetland birds, but they’ll be observing and documenting them,” said Luke Schiller, naturalist and public program coordinator at Heckrodt. “Residents in our community feel protecting the environment should be a major priority, but public awareness is lacking. The Nature Friends program provides an accessible, affordable and hands-on opportunity to increase understanding of our natural world.”

Heckrodt was among 22 green organizations that received a share of the $37,800 in Green Gifts from Cellcom this year. The Green Gifts program launched in 2010 and uses funds generated from Cellcom’s cell phone recycling program to fund green nonprofit initiatives. Customers and community members can bring in their old or unwanted phones to be reused and recycled. Cellcom sends the phones to recyclers who in return send money to Cellcom for the materials that were saved from the phones. Cellcom’s Green Gift program completes the green cycle that starts with consumers being environmentally-conscious and donating their devices.

The 2016 Cellcom Green Gifts were awarded to non-profits throughout Cellcom’s service area and included Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve (Appleton), Heckrodt Wetland Reserve (Menasha), Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance (Appleton), Boys & Girls Club of Greater Green Bay, NEW Zoo & Adventure Park (Suamico), Greater Green Bay YMCA, River District Development Foundation (Merrill), Northland Pines Farm to School Program (Eagle River), Trees for Tomorrow (Eagle River), Wild Instincts (Rhinelander), Open Door Bird Sanctuary (Sturgeon Bay), Woodland Dunes Nature Center (Two Rivers), Crossroads at Big Creek, Inc. (Sturgeon Bay), Kelly Lake Advancement Association (Suring), Navarino Nature Center, Stockbridge Munsee Community (Bowler), Wisconsin Waterfowl Association (Abrams), The Etude Group (Sheboygan), Bookworm Gardens (Sheboygan), Maywood Environmental Park (Sheboygan), Friends of Mead/McMillan Association (Milladore), and Boys & Girls Club of Portage County (Stevens Point).

Cellcom is proud to support organizations of all sizes, whose work is impacting the community and building a greener tomorrow. The company’s recycling program has generated $266,975 for local charities over the past 13 years.

 

Cellcom is an innovative wireless company that provides nationwide service for its customer base throughout Wisconsin and Michigan, with 60 retail and agent locations. Cellcom is respected for its long-standing reputation of delivering extraordinary customer care, being a strong community partner, and for its renowned network, which is customized to its rural markets. As a subsidiary of Nsight, Cellcom is part of a family of companies offering complete telecommunications services.

Appleton, WI (October 21, 2016) –Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve has been selected as a 2016 Cellcom Green Gift recipient. The non-profit received a $1000 Green Gift from Cellcom to support its Nature Ranger Kids Club.

The Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve is a 725-acre privately owned non-profit wildlife preserve focusing on education and recreational opportunities for all ages. The Nature Ranger Kids Club is among its many educational endeavors and allows children ages 5-12 to explore various environmental topics in an outdoor classroom setting.

“This program has been wildly popular, reaching capacity each of the three years we’ve held. The Green Gift from Cellcom will allow us to increase the number of children able to participate in the Nature Ranger Kids Club in 2017,” said Kristine Shuetze, development manager at Bubolz. “Ultimately, we hope to connect children to the natural world promote an appreciation of nature at a young age.”

Bubolz was among 22 green organizations that received a share of the $37,800 in Green Gifts from Cellcom this year. The Green Gifts program launched in 2010 and uses funds generated from Cellcom’s cell phone recycling program to fund green nonprofit initiatives. Customers and community members can bring in their old or unwanted phones to be reused and recycled. Cellcom sends the phones to recyclers who in return send money to Cellcom for the materials that were saved from the phones. Cellcom’s Green Gift program completes the green cycle that starts with consumers being environmentally-conscious and donating their devices.

The 2016 Cellcom Green Gifts were awarded to non-profits throughout Cellcom’s service area and included Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve (Appleton), Heckrodt Wetland Reserve (Menasha), Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance (Appleton), Boys & Girls Club of Greater Green Bay, NEW Zoo & Adventure Park (Suamico), Greater Green Bay YMCA, River District Development Foundation (Merrill), Northland Pines Farm to School Program (Eagle River), Trees for Tomorrow (Eagle River), Wild Instincts (Rhinelander), Open Door Bird Sanctuary (Sturgeon Bay), Woodland Dunes Nature Center (Two Rivers), Crossroads at Big Creek, Inc. (Sturgeon Bay), Kelly Lake Advancement Association (Suring), Navarino Nature Center, Stockbridge Munsee Community (Bowler), Wisconsin Waterfowl Association (Abrams), The Etude Group (Sheboygan), Bookworm Gardens (Sheboygan), Maywood Environmental Park (Sheboygan), Friends of Mead/McMillan Association (Milladore), and Boys & Girls Club of Portage County (Stevens Point).

Cellcom is proud to support organizations of all sizes, whose work is impacting the community and building a greener tomorrow. The company’s recycling program has generated $266,975 for local charities over the past 13 years.

 

Cellcom is an innovative wireless company that provides nationwide service for its customer base throughout Wisconsin and Michigan, with 60 retail and agent locations. Cellcom is respected for its long-standing reputation of delivering extraordinary customer care, being a strong community partner, and for its renowned network, which is customized to its rural markets. As a subsidiary of Nsight, Cellcom is part of a family of companies offering complete telecommunications services.

 

 

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