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Free Service with Big Benefits to You and the Community: Shredding & E-Waste Recycling

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Tidy Up, Help the Environment & Support Children & Adults with Disabilities. You can accomplish all three of these goals when you attend the free Celebrate the Family Expo! January 11, 2020 at the Hoover Met Complex and bring with you documents your family or business needs securely shredded as well as unwanted electrical devices and appliances. For free, Gone For Good, a program of United Ability (formerly United Cerebral Palsy), will dispose of it for you!

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Start 2020 off right by ridding your home or office of unneeded documents, electronics, and appliances for free while helping United Ability. Look for the Gone For Good truck January 11, 2020 at the Hoover Met Complex Finley Center, 9 a.m.- 2 p.m., 1000 RV Trace, Hoover, 35244.

For over 70 years, United Ability has been connecting children and adults with disabilities to their communities and empowering them to live full and meaningful lives. During the past 30 years, they have helped adults with disabilities find meaningful employment and in 2018, helped fill over 1,100 employment opportunities in the community. The organization helps job seekers ages 18-60+ prepare for competitive employment in manufacturing, hospitality, food service, hospitals and other industries. United Ability staff assists every step of the way, from interviewing to onboarding and throughout the life of the job. “People with disabilities have all the same needs and wants and desires as everybody else, and that includes meaningful employment,” says United Ability’s CEO, Dr. Gary Edwards.

Gone For Good is NAID® AAA-certified and offers secure document destruction and e-waste recycling. Adults with intellectual and physical disabilities perform these services. All profits from the program are used to support programs at United Ability. The approximately 80 adults who work with Gone For Good not only earn a paycheck and learn useful skills, they also develop a sense of independence and purpose. The program also reaps benefits for the environment. Gone For Good recycles enough paper annually to save more than 18,000 trees!

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Since 2006, Gone For Good has provided opportunities for individuals with disabilities to learn skills and earn income, as well as prepare for future meaningful employment.

Secure Document destruction. Gone For Good specializes in both onsite and offsite services and works with clients for both one-time purges and recurring services. Document destruction helps keep businesses in compliance with privacy laws and helps protect them from security breaches and potential lawsuits. Customers can also drop off documents to be shredded Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.

E-waste recycling. Electrical devices and appliances are among one of the largest pollution sources on Earth. Gone For Good dismantles, sorts, and diverts the raw materials so they can be used in the manufacture of new products.

In addition to Gone For Good, United Ability offers bulk mail preparation, packet assembly, and item sorting through a program called Outsource Solutions. Employees perform a variety of office and clerical tasks, both at the facility and in the greater Birmingham area. Recent projects have included bulk mail preparation, packet assembly, item sorting, and housekeeping activities. Learn more by visiting www.uagoneforgood.com or calling 205-943-5252. UnitedAbility GoneforGood 182

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