For every wireless phone recycled through either the Burlington or Rutland store before May 31st, Verizon Wireless will donate $5 per phone, up to $1,000, to each of two local shelters: -- Women Helping Battered Women in Burlington -- Rutland County Women's Network and Shelter "We are proud of our long-standing commitment of supporting organizations that work with domestic violence survivors," said Ken Dixon, New England Region president, Verizon Wireless.
What does WHBW stand for?
WHBW stands for Women Helping Battered Women (Burlington, VT)
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