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The Orange Heart Fund has been setup to help care for birth defects, deformities, and illness inherited from parental exposure to agent orange during the Vietnam War.

Do You Have an Old Truck or Car

Sitting in Your Yard?

Please Donate Your Scrap

to Help Vets!

Orange Heart Recycling Program

Care for Deformities Inherited

From Exposure to Agent Orange

An idea suggested by Pacific Steel and Recycling

who placed 2 containers in parking lots at;

The Trading Company  (1501 East Seltice Way, Post Falls, ID 83854 – Phone (208) 773-3383

Super 1 Foods  (240 West Hayden Avenue #F, Hayden, ID 83835 – Phone (208) 772-5722

The collection area will be staffed by veterans from

7:30 am to 7:30 pm

(Jan 20th-27th, 2015)

during the trial run to launch the program

iron, aluminum, or copper

Donations can include:

cans, car parts, barbecues, washers/dryers, stoves, hardware, metal roofing, motors, welders, wire and much much more. Got an old car or sitting around in the yard? No items holding hazardous materials, please.

If you need assistance getting your stuff there:

The VVA, Vietnam Veterans of America in Idaho have set up to help with a volunteer truck brigade, (read article referenced below for more info).

Pacific Steel and Recycling, which is providing the containers, will sort and process the metal donations and apply all proceeds toward the Orange Heart Fund.

You can read more about this trial week setup at The Coeur d’Alene Press, in an article entitled, “Operation Orange Heart” by Brian Walker.