Nebraska Recycles hosts fundraiser for Ryan Post's family

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LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) - Nebraska Recycles is hosting a fundraiser for the family of Ryan Post. She is the 13-year-old Norris student who was killed in a five-vehicle crash last month.

The event will take place Saturday, November 18, from 9 a.m. to noon. All funds collected at the event will benefit the Post family. Nebraska Recycle will match the first $500 at this fundraiser, making your donation count more.

If you have items you want recycled like an old computer, cellphone or laptop, you can take them over to the parking lot of Radiant Church in Lincoln. Nebraska Recycles will safely dispose of these devices and destroy the information they contain. Businesses are welcome to recycle their equipment at this event.

Cash and checks will be accepted.

Nebraska Recycles is asking for $5 per car, $10 for trucks or $25 for business donations. There may be additional fees.

They will not be accepting old, non flat panel TVs, console TVs or projection TVs. Other non-accepted items include: light bulbs, mercury containing devices, alkaline batteries, fluorescent bulbs, household chemicals, books, paint, bulk VHS tapes.

DVD Movies will be donated to the DVDs for Veterans, which distributes them to Military Personnel.

If you have any questions give us a call at 402-405-2365

Radiant Church is located at 740 N 70th Street in Lincoln.