Sunnking created e-Scrap for Camp in 2010 to support Camp Good Days and Special Times. Funds raised through recycling local business electronics are donated to improve the quality of life for children, adults, and families dealing with cancer. This annual event's combined efforts make a huge difference, not only to those affected by the disease but also by ensuring the safe and responsible recycling of tons of unwanted devices.
THIS BUSINESS-ONLY EVENT IS NOT INTENDED FOR PUBLIC COLLECTIONS. SUNNKING WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ACCOMMODATE PARTICIPANTS WHO ADVERTISE THEMSELVES AS A PUBLIC COLLECTION SITE.
2023 marked the 13th e-Scrap for Camp fundraising campaign. Over 6.5 million lbs. of electronics have been collected and recycled to date, resulting in over $150,000 donated to Camp Good Days on behalf of Sunnking.
Buffalo and Rochester-area businesses and organizations are encouraged to gather electronics from their employees, friends, and family members for two weeks. Sunnking provides boxes to collect items and will pick them up for FREE! For every pound of electronics Sunnking recycles from your organization, a portion of the proceeds is donated to Camp Good Days to fund future programs.
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Founded in 2000, Sunnking, Inc. was New York State's first R2 Certified, and is currently an R2v3 Certified electronics recycling, data destruction, & asset management company dealing in end-of-life electronic equipment. With facilities located in Brockport, and Utica, NY, Sunnking specializes in collecting, refurbishing, reselling, and recycling electronic products from residential and commercial customers.
Camp Good Days and Special Times, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for children, adults, and families whose lives have been touched by cancer and other life-threatening challenges, was founded by Gary Mervis in 1979, following the diagnosis of his youngest daughter, Teddi, with a malignant brain tumor. What was started to provide Teddi and 62 other children with cancer (21 from Rochester, 21 from Buffalo, 21 from Syracuse) with a residential camping experience has grown to become one of the largest organizations of its kind, having served as a model for other organizations and cancer treatment centers around the world. Providing residential camping programs and year-round recreational and support activities and events, Camp Good Days has served more than 44,000 campers from 22 states and 28 foreign countries. Camp Good Days maintains accreditation from the American Camp Association (ACA) and has been inducted into the Safety 1st Hall of Fame by Markel Insurance Company.