Proudly supported by Leinster Rugby, the Irish Cancer Society will be collecting your old mobile phones at the Leinster v Glasgow Warriors match this Friday, 8th January…

While you watch the Heineken Cup Champions on the pitch, you can be a champion for the Irish Cancer Society from the stands – simply bring along your old mobile phones and drop them into one of our collection boxes on the night. Each mobile you donate is recycled to raise much needed funds for the Irish Cancer Society and also helps the environment by keeping waste out of landfill sites.

Founded in 1963, the mission of the Irish Cancer Society is to play a vital role in achieving world-class cancer services in Ireland, to ensure fewer people get cancer and those that do have better outcomes. Cancer currently affects one in three people during the course of their lifetime in Ireland, and new cancer cases are expected to reach over 40,000 by the year 2020. Something as simple as donating your old mobile phone will directly help the Irish Cancer Society in achieving its mission.

Leinster Rugby are proud supporters of Action Breast Cancer which is a programme of the Irish Cancer Society and have kindly offered to host this mobile phone recycling blitz at the Magners League clash with Glasgow Warriors. So if you’ve got old mobile phones lying around after Santa brought you a new one, or you’ve been hiding them away in drawers over the past few years, bring them along to the match and drop them into our collection boxes. It really is that easy to help the Irish Cancer Society’s cause.