Inkster, MI (May 17, 2017) — Midwest Recycling is partnering with the NAACP to donate a container of miscellaneous products to Monrovia, the capital city of Liberia, on the West coast of Africa.
“Partnerships allow for us to make a difference not only here but around the world,” said Donnell White Executive Director of the Detroit Branch NAACP. “The world is shrinking. It is a great opportunity for the two organizations to come together and help those in need. Historically we have not worked together and this is a great start.”
One of the local Universities in Liberia will get many of the items including microscopes and drafting tables. Pool tables are being donated for the student union center. They are also donating toys, books, houseware items and clothes.
This is also in collaboration with the U-Foundation (Urey) – the foundation that was working with victims of Ebola.
“No one can do everything alone,” said Abe Hachem, president and CEO of Midwest Recycling. “We are always looking to collaborate with other organizations so we can continue with our mission to help others in need around the globe.”
About Midwest Recycling
Founded in 2007, Midwest Recycling, Inc. is a worldwide distributor of new and used textiles, clothing and shoes. The business has its headquarters located in Inkster, Michigan. Midwest specializes in recycling by placing and maintaining more than 900 collection bins in Southern Michigan and Northern Ohio communities. By recuperating items with reusable value we prevent products from entering our landfills and provide necessary items to those in need. Midwest is in partnership with many charities and non-profit organizations – notably – the American Red Cross Southeast Michigan Chapter. Media Contacts: Vanessa Denha Vanessa@denhamedia.com or Denha Media Group at (248) 702-8687.