Change a life by donating your used smartphones and tablets! Opportunities are opened to individuals with disabilities when they have the ability to communicate and access apps via these devices. Click here to learn how you can assist those with special needs. Thank you for your interest in Ryleigh’s Voice!
Make a Difference with Your Used Smartphones & Tablets
The next time you upgrade to a new smartphone or tablet, consider donating your old devices to Ryleigh’s Voice. Donated devices can enhance the lives of individuals with special needs!
We welcome the opportunity to speak with you — Contact us for full details by calling (910) 292-4257 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Steps to Take for Device Donation
Before coordinating your smartphone or tablet donation with Ryleigh’s Voice, wipe devices properly to remove personal data.
First, fill out our Donation Form. Then, click here for instructions on how to scrub your device.
Your smartphone and/or tablet will be checked upon donation to make sure that the scrubbing process was complete.
Please contact us with questions by calling (910) 292-4257 or email Info@RyleighsVoice.org. We’d love to hear from you!
Your Used Smartphones & Tablets Create Life-Changing Results
Make a difference in the lives of individuals with special needs! Your donated smartphones and tablets open doors for those with disabilities by providing them the opportunity to access apps that have been developed to assist with communication, essential life skills, education (reading, writing, and math), social skills, thought processing, the development of fine motor skills, and so much more. Review our website to learn more or contact us by calling (910) 292-4257.
Recycle Old Smartphones & Tablets with Ryleigh’s Voice
Holding on to old smartphones and tablets? Recycle them at Ryleigh’s Voice! These devices you no longer use can enable communication, interaction, and countless forms of education, skill enhancement, and entertainment for those with disabilities.
Contact us for full details by calling (910) 292-4257 or emailing email@example.com.
Questions? We Have Answers!
Curious about how to donate your used smartphone or tablet? Looking for instructions on how to scrub your device before making a donation? View our Q&A page!
We invite you to contact us with any questions you might have by calling (910) 292-4257 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Apply for a Device
Could an individual with disabilities in your life benefit from a smartphone or tablet? It would be our honor to provide a device, opening doors to enhanced communication, interaction, and life skills. Click here to begin the process!
Contact us to learn more by calling (910) 292-4257 or emailing email@example.com.
Meet Ryleigh Perry
Ryleigh Perry is a very bright, non-verbal, young lady living in Raleigh, North Carolina. Ryleigh isn’t able to speak, so she has had to find other ways to communicate. Not too long ago, an aunt donated one of her old smartphones for Ryleigh to use. It allowed Ryleigh to communicate with her family, wherever they are.
Read Ryleigh’s story in her brother Jeron’s words by clicking here.
Explore how you can help families experience life-changing results by donating your used smartphones and tablets to Ryleigh’s Voice.
Monetary Donations Graciously Accepted
Help fund the mission of Ryleigh’s Voice! Dollars donated will be used to purchase cases, chargers, iTunes cards, and/or other items as needed for smartphone/tablet recipients. As with a device donation, financial contributors will receive a donation receipt that you can submit at tax time to positively impact your tax position.
Learn more by reviewing our website or calling (910) 292-4257. We sincerely appreciate your interest in making a difference in the lives of individuals with special needs.
Enhance the Lives of Individuals with Disabilities
You can help individuals with special needs by donating your used smartphones and tablets to Ryleigh’s Voice! Smartphones and tablets allow individuals with special needs the ability to access apps to assist in serving a vast array of special needs, including essential life skills, education (reading, writing, and math), social skills, thought processing, the development of fine motor skills, and so much more.