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            3rd Annual Dunwoody Girls Soccer
               Paint Can Recycling Fundraiser                            
Saturday, January 22, 2022!

        

Time to gather up all of your left over latex and oil paint sitting in your garage!  Clean out that space easily and responsibly and support the Dunwoody's Girls Soccer Program. 

When:  Saturday, January 22, 2022   9:00am - 2:00pm*

Where: Dunwoody High School, 5035 Vermack Road, Dunwoody, GA 30338

             Student Parking lot (corner of Womack and Vermack)

What:  All latex and oil based paints in any size container, including spray cans, are accepted. We CAN NOT accept leaking containers, stains, paint thinner or turpentine.

*If you prefer not to venture out, we offer paint pick up at the convenience at your home, fill out this form  We will be picking up paint leading up to event and not on event day. Last home pick-up day will be Friday, January 21st. Limited pick up for locations outside of the Dunwoody and Sandy Springs area. 

 

 

Fundraiser Drop off fees:

Latex / Oil Based

1 Spray Can  $2.00

1 Pint $2.00

1 Quart  $2.00

1 Gallon $5.00

2 Gallon Bucket $10.00

5 Gallon Bucket $20.00

 

We accept venmo (@Jennifer-Thompson-139), cash & checks made payable to:Dunwoody Wildcat Soccer LTD. When making Venmo payment we would appreciate if you do not select “turn on for purchases” since this will charge us a 3% fee.  If you have any questions with sending venmo, please text Jennifer 678-977-5136.  A portion of the drop off fees collected will go to benefit the Dunwoody Girls Soccer program.

 Thank you for supporting Dunwoody Girls Soccer and for recycling!!!

 

The Dunwoody Girls Soccer paint vendor not only keeps your paint out of landfills, it recycles it into environmentally friendly paint and donates back to communities for beautification projects...Habitat for Humanity, Salvation Army, Boys and Girls Clubs, United Ways, schools and churches.  They are the only paint recycler approved by the Environmental Protection Agency and Georgia Interfaith Power and Light. 

Please contact ayhenderson@gmail.com if you have any other questions.

 

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