Spring Cleaning Means Some Donations Made Their Way to RecycleUSB.com

It is easy to be lazy. It takes work to do the right thing. With spring pretty much here it appears some folks have done a good dead and cleaned out their desk drawers and office cabinets to make some USB flash drive donations. Recycle USB will take your unwanted or un-used flash drives and put them to good use. We don’t recycle them in the traditional sense… giving to a recycling center, but rather, re-purpose the drives so less fortunate can benefit from your good deed. All drives donated to our website get digitally erased and formatted and passed along to SugarLabs.org. This is a non-profit organization who re-purposes flash drives to be sent around the world to less fortunate children who could really use them. You can learn more from their website: www.sugarlabs.org

Since our last post in late 2020, we have received a large number of drives from 21 different people from all around the country. Here is a lost of those folks: (sorry if we misspelled your name)

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  • Julianne Waley – Urbana, IL
  • Jerome Flores – Washington, DC
  • Mr Mrs McIntire – Boston, MA
  • Missy Berg – Urbandale, IA
  • Thomas Schady – Chicago, IL
  • Kristen Kieffer – Carneys Point, NJ
  • Erin Meadows – Conroe, TX
  • Mr Mrs Openheim – Arlington, VA
  • Lucy Vo – San Diego, CA
  • Mr Mrs Melton – Plainfield, IN
  • Katie Luttringer – Redwood City, CA
  • Ria Michelle – Miami Beach, FL (Fashion blogger @ www.riamichelle.com)
  • Mary Beth Barrett-Newmand – Evanston, IL
  • Peter Henderson – Toronto, CAN
  • Karen Tzong – Cerritos, CA
  • Chris Reynolds – Burbank, CA
  • Andrew Summers – Rockford, IL
  • Kim Flaherty – Cansas City, MO
  • Kathrine Michael – Washington, DC
  • Vibha Agarwala – Safety Harbor, FL
  • Lauren Cunningham – Sandy Springs, GA

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