Recycle Frog to Exhibit at the AFP’s Fundraising Day Event in Ottawa
OTTAWA – April 29, 2010 – Recycle Frog, an Ottawa-based, direct-to-consumer precious metals recycling company, will be exhibiting at the AFP’s Professional Fundraising Day event in Ottawa on May 5th, 2010. Attendees can meet Recycle Frog’s Founder and President, Matthew MacQuarrie, and other key corporate executives, to learn more about their innovative Gold Drive™ fundraising program.
When: Wednesday May 5th | 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Where: Hampton Inn Conference Centre | 100 Coventry Road | Ottawa
Professional fundraisers looking for new products and tools are encouraged to meet Recycle Frog in person at Ottawa’s premiere annual fundraising conference. It’s a full day of engaging workshops and inspiring speakers and a must for all fundraising professionals and non-profits managers.
Gold Drive Overview:
The innovative fundraising program gives people an opportunity to sell their unwanted gold, silver and platinum and get more for it than anywhere else in the city. Unlike most fundraising activities where people are asked to simply give money, Gold Drives put money in the participant’s pocket and every transaction generates a contribution that supports charitable organizations and their important work.
Anyone interested in learning more about Recycle Frog’s participation in the event, or an individual interview, are encouraged to contact David Martinek at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (613) 695-1236.
About Recycle Frog
Recycle Frog is an Ottawa-based company committed to setting a new standard of integrity and transparency for the precious metals recycling industry. We provide a simple, secure and financially rewarding recycling experience with tremendous social and environmental benefits. An active community member, Recycle Frog provides fundraising support to notable charitable organizations including the United Way, Canadian Cancer Society and the CHEO Foundation, among others. Recycle Frog is also a trusted member of the Recycling Council of Ontario and the Jewelers Vigilance Committee. It’s time we Rethink Recycle.