Hawley Announces Cell Phones For Soldiers Drive
The Assemblyman Is Collecting Cell Phones to Help Overseas Troops Call Home

Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R-I-C - Batavia) has partnered with Cell Phone for Soldiers, a national organization, to help overseas troops call their loved ones back here in the states. The Assemblyman is collecting cell phones and accessories that are no longer being used and would like to encourage residents of Western New York to participate in this program.

"Whether or not you support the war, there is no question that we all support our troops. They selflessly fight day and night to protect our freedoms so that we can enjoy all the liberties of being an American," stated Hawley. "To say thank you to our troops, I encourage everyone who has an old cell phone, they are no longer using, to donate it to our troops."

The Cell Phones for Soldiers program collects unused cell phones and their accessories from caring citizens across the United States. The collected phones are then turned into prepaid calling cards and given to United States military personnel stationed overseas so that they can stay in touch with their families and loved ones. A veteran himself, Hawley has set up collection stations all across Genesee, Monroe, Niagara and Orleans counties where constituents can drop off their unused phones and accessories

In Genesee County: In Monroe County: In Orleans County:
Bergen Town Hall
13 South Lake Street
Clarkson Town Hall
3710 Lake Road
139th Assembly District Office
121 North Main Street in Albion

GCC Batavia Campus
1 College Road

Hamlin Town Hall
1658 Lake Road

GCC Albion Campus
456 West Avenue

LeRoy Village Town Hall
3 West Main Street

Parma Town Hall
1300 Hilton-Parma
Corners Road

GCC Medina Campus
11470 Maple Ridge Road

Pembroke Town Hall
1145 Main Road

In Niagara County:

Village of Barker
8708 Main Street

Village of Holley
72 Public Square

Zip-Tor Monogramming
106 Main Street in Batavia
(in City Centre)