Donate Cell Phones and Other Electronics to Impact Veterans through New OSD “Upcycle” Partnership with CauseNetwork

AUSTIN, TEXAS & MCLEAN, VIRGINIA (January 9, 2018) /For immediate release/ — New donation program through OSD’s CauseNetwork partnership creates donation opportunity through “upcycling” used electronics at:


Many people received new cell phones, computers and a variety of electronic devices during the holidays. Now their old devices can be donated to benefit OSD (Operation Supply Drop).

By filling out a simple form, a prepaid shipping label will be emailed to the donor. Then they put the electronics in a box, affix the shipping label and mail.  The items will be resold, and the proceeds sent to OSD and the donor gets a receipt for a tax write-off.


OSD CEO & Executive Director, Glenn Banton, stated, “We’re excited to offer this new opportunity to our community from our great partnership with CauseNetwork. We continue to accept video game donations directly at OSD and this ‘Upcycle’ program allows us to extend to other electronics.”


To learn more about the ‘Upcycle’ program please visit:


About OSD (Operation Supply Drop)

OSD is a global, chapter based, Veteran Service Organization (501c3 EIN 27-3842517) providing relevant, relatable and sustainable impact to the military community through social, professional and service-oriented programs. Since 2010, OSD has impacted over 600,000 members of the military community through these award-winning programs. Read more at:


About CauseNetwork Foundation

The CauseNetwork Foundation is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization registered with the IRS and the state of Virginia. The Foundation was formed to facilitate non-cash donations from consumers and businesses to Causes within the CauseNetwork. The Foundation coordinates all logistics, tracking, and settlement processes for vehicle, electronics, and shopping donation programs. These programs are always free to any not-for-profit organization. The CauseNetwork currently serves causes ranging in size from local PTA’s to large national organizations.



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