The mission of Memory for Memory is to increase the education and awareness of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia through the recycling of end of life electronics.  In addition, as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Memory for Memory monetizes donated electronics to fund charities and services that are specifically focused on finding a cure for, or caring for, those impacted by Alzheimer’s and dementia.

What Does Memory for Memory Do?

Memory for Memory securely recycles unwanted or unused electronics and converts donated items into revenue that is used to help find a cure for, or to help those impacted by, Alzheimer’s or dementia.  As part of the recycling process, Memory for Memory educates donors about the impact of Alzheimer’s and dementia.

All donated goods are recycled securely, ethically, and efficiently.  By adhering to strict data security protocols, Memory for Memory removes all data and personal information from any data-bearing assets – hard drives, cell phones, tape, optical media, etc.  For a list of what we accept, please go to https://www.memoryformemory.org/items-we-accept/

Old electronics have value. Memory for Memory monetizes these electronics and puts that money to work in the Alzheimer’s’ community.   All profits generated from the recycling and resale process are donated to fund the continued research, support, and cure of Alzheimer’s and related dementia.

Memory for Memory is a Microsoft Registered Refurbished, Member of the National Association of Information Destruction, and registered with The Florida Department of Environmental Protection

Key Programs:

  • Alzheimer’s Education and Awareness – Businesses, organizations and individuals donating items are educated on the impact of Alzheimer’s and dementia issues and what they can do to help.
  • Recycling – Accepting a variety of electronics to either refurbish and sell or selling electronic parts to sell. Proceeds go directly to Alzheimer’s and dementia programs and services.
  • Volunteer Services – We welcome volunteers to help with clearing data and refurbishing electronics.

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