By recycling old mobile phones to build youth cancer centres, your school could win a performance from one of Sony Music's celebrated artists and free Sony products, and your personal efforts could be rewarded with a free PlayStation®Vita system.
The You Can program calls on school students to donate their old mobile phones to help raise money to build specialised teenage cancer centres across the country. In doing so, not only will students be helping young Australian's survive cancer and be contributing to a greener planet, they will also be rewarded for their efforts.
The top collecting school will win a performance at their school assembly from one of Sony Music's celebrated artists including Reece Mastin, Johnny Ruffo, Jessica Mauboy, Stan Walker and Justice Crew.
Sony Foundation and CanTeen will reward all schools and students who collect 100 phones. Depending on how many mobile phones are donated there are a range of laptops, cameras and other educational products on offer, plus your personal collection efforts could be rewarded with a free PlayStation Vita.
The rewards program allows all schools, no matter how big or small, to benefit from their involvement in the You Can campaign. Most importantly, students will be contributing to an important charitable cause, without donating a single dollar.
Peter Orchard, Chief Executive Officer of CanTeen, explains: "Through over 25 years of working with young people with cancer, we know their needs are unique. We need cancer services designed specifically for young people to improve outcomes for this group that have stagnated for decades. With the support of schools, we can make a huge difference to the lives of teenagers with cancer".
To register, visit www.youcanschools.org.au or call 1800 YOU CAN.
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