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Earth Day E-Waste Recycling to Benefit Sacramento AIDS Ride

Just in time for Earth Day 2013, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center will host an Earth Day E-Waste Collection Event, with all proceeds benefiting NorCal AIDS Cycle (NCAC), the four-day, 330-mile HIV/AIDS cycling fundraiser.

Clear out your closets, clean your garage, and bring your unused electronics, including laptops, computers, cell phones, monitors, TVs, printers, etc., from 6:30 a.m. through 2 p.m. on Friday, April 19, to the Earth Day e-Waste Collection Event, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, 2025 Morse Avenue in Sacramento.

Proceeds from your recycled electronics will support the largest and most successful HIV/AIDS fundraising event in the Sacramento region. Established in 2005, NCAC has raised more than $1.25 million for HIV/AIDS service organizations in Sacramento and Northern California. Beneficiaries of the 2013 ride are: CARES Clinic Dental Program, Golden Rule Services, SANE (Safer Alternatives thru Networking and Education), Breaking Barriers, Harm Reduction Services, Sunburst Projects, River City Food Bank, and Sacramento Gay & Lesbian Center, all of Sacramento; Sierra Foothills AIDS Foundation of Auburn, Calif.; Caring Choices of Chico, Calif.; and Shasta Trinity Tehama HIV Food Bank of Redding, Calif.

The 2013 NCAC ride will be Thursday, May 16, through Sunday, May 19. For more information about NCAC or the E-Waste Collection Event, visit www.norcalaidscycle.org.

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