GREEN BAY - The Packers, Verizon Wireless, and Bellin Health want your old cell phones.
Those phones will help support domestic violence organizations.
Since 2001, Verizon Wireless has donated 10 million phones as part of a program called HopeLine.
Packers receiver Jordy Nelson and his wife Emily are partners in the program. They recorded a 30 second public service announcement encouraging fans to donate phones.
"To be able to be on this platform and just do what we can to bring awareness to a situation like this and do as much as we can for people in the community that's part of what being a Packer is,” said Jordy Nelson.
Here's how you can help out.
Bring your old cell phone - any carrier, any condition - to the Packers-Bears game on Monday, Nov. 4.
For every phone collected, Verizon will donate $10 to Golden House in Green Bay.
Collection boxes will be located near the Verizon Wireless gate and in the Lambeau Field Atrium.
If you can't make it out to the game, Bellin will have drop off sites at its hospitals and more than half-dozen primary care clinics.
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