The latest from RecycleForce.

A Letter from RecycleForce Board Chair Doran Moreland

Dec 21st, 2017 • RecycleForce News
Greetings! ‘Tis the season for family gatherings and for reflecting on the past year. At RecycleForce, we have had a great year but not without some challenges. Like most nonprofit organizations, we operate within a tight budget and we are constantly exploring funding opportunities that align with our mission, as well as working with partner organizations … more »

Interested in Hosting an Event?

Dec 6th, 2017 • Events
RecycleForce routinely partners with community organizations, charities, municipalities and businesses interested in electronics recycling. We currently do not have any events on the calendar. If you are interested in putting on an event in your area, give us a call or email.

The ABC Model

Apr 6th, 2017 • Re-entry
The ABC Model – Any Job, Better Job, Career – is a simple way to describe our work. When you come home from prison, you need an immediate job, and not just any job. You need a job that is flexible to allow you to fulfill the various criminal justice mandates of the release. This … more »

Life After RecycleForce, Chris Holt

Mar 8th, 2017 • People, Re-entry, Success Stories
“It’s easier to get a job once you have a job.” Chris Holt came to RecycleForce in March of 2013 with a dream and a plan. “While I was in prison I used to watch a show on A&E called uShip, and I thought to myself, ‘I can do that!’ When I came out, my … more »

RecycleForce Hosts Mark Whitacre on March 3, 2017

Jan 23rd, 2017 • RecycleForce News
The Christian Business Men’s Connection (CBMC) in conjunction with RecycleForce and the Sagamore Institute will be hosting Mark Whitacre for a luncheon on March 3, 2017. Mark Whitacre spent nine years in federal prison for his part in the Archer-Daniels-Midland price-fixing scheme, and was later portrayed by Matt Damon in the move The Informant. His … more »

RecycleForce Partner: Trusted Mentors

Nov 21st, 2016 • Partners
Indiana spends $500 million per year on incarcerating adults. When released from prison, employment and housing is difficult to find. Stastics show that 85% of new offenses happen when an ex-offender is under-employed. By helping ex-offenders remain employed, we are actively helping them restore their lives and contribute back to their communities. In addition, when … more »

Meet Mr. Smith

Oct 4th, 2016 • Re-entry, Success Stories
Robert Smith has been an employee at RecycleForce for almost four years, and he might have been skeptical at first but simply coming to work every day helped to change his life. Mr. Smith started at RecycleForce when he was on parole. “Mr. Keesling (RecycleForce President) offered me a job here and told me all … more »

The Chancellor A. Keesling American Legion Post 306

Aug 4th, 2016 • Re-entry
My wife, Jannett, and I are pleased that the veterans at the Plainfield Correctional Facility have been approved to charter American Legion Post 306 to operate within the facility. Several non- incarcerated veterans from the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion were instrumental in helping set this up, but the real energy behind … more »
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