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Good Condition Mattresses Available for Donation

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Good Condition Mattresses Available for Donation

Time: May 26, 2010 to June 8, 2010
Location: Yale University
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Phone: 203-432-6852
Event Type: free, give-away
Organized By: Audrey Huntington
Latest Activity: Jun 8, 2010

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At the end of the academic year, Yale will have several hundred mattresses available for donation to local charities and organizations. These mattresses are all in good condition, and are all twin extra-long sized (39" wide x 80" long). They do not come with bed frames, pillows, sheets, etc.

Although the mattresses will not be available until the end of May, we are contacting you now so that we can get an estimate of how many mattresses we will be able to donate to local charities, and how many mattresses we will need to send elsewhere. As this process can take some time, and since we’d like to donate to as many local organizations as possible, your prompt response is greatly appreciated.

If you are interested in receiving any of these mattresses, please use the following link to send us a request: ( After we have received your request, we will contact you to coordinate a pick up date and time. Pick-ups can be scheduled any time from May 26th to June 8th, however, if these dates do not accommodate your needs, we can try to arrange an alternate time. You will need to make your own arrangements for transporting the mattresses from our New Haven campus to your destination, but there will be Recycling employees on site to help with loading.

Should you have any problems with the link, or questions about the mattresses, please contact
Yale Recycling

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