Broadlands Wildlife Habitats Commitee joined Verizon during the month April to set up collection sites for HopeLine. What do we accept? Wireless phones, batteries and accessories from any carrier - any maker! Our collection sites until for the Month of April: Broadlands Nature Center 21907 Claiborne Parkway, Broadlands During regular business hours The Boyd School 42945 Waxpool Rd. Ashburn During regular school hours-check in at the office Mill Run Elementary 42940 Ridgeway Drive Ashburn During regular school hours-check in at the office Briar Woods High School 22525 Belmont Ridge Road Ashburn During regular school hours-check in at the office Dominion High School 21326 Augusta Drive Sterling During regular school hours-check in at the office Nearly one in four women, one in nine men, and over 3 million children have been affected by domestic violence. Wireless phones and technology can serve as a vital link to emergency or support services in a time of crisis or as a reliable, safe connection to employers, family and friends as survivors rebuild their lives. And During the EarthDay@Loudoun Family Festival on Sunday, April 22nd! What is HopeLine? HopeLine® from Verizon puts the nation’s most reliable network to work in the community by turning no-longer used cell phones into support for domestic violence victims and survivors. Learn more.