This summer, we’ve had several reporters on the Main Line and Philadelphia area take a deeper look at GreenDrop — what we do, and how it benefits the community, charities, and the environment.
Last year, we converted the abandoned Merion Exxon gas station at Montgomery and Haverford Avenues in Narberth, transforming the empty lot into one of our charitable donation centers. Since then, we’ve seen a steady stream of donations pour in and we have loved being a part of the Narberth and Greater Main Line community.
As donations have grown, so has the media’s interest in our GreenDrop concept. In late July, we took Karen Hepp of FOX 29 through the model and personally showed her our Narberth location so she could see just how easy the donation process was. Head over to FOX 29’s site for the full clip!
Just a week earlier, we had the opportunity to introduce Cheryl Allison, of the Main Line Times and Main Line Suburban Life, to the Narberth donation center and the idea that Main Liners can clean out their closets while helping their community, the environment, and giving to national charities without ever having to leave their cars. Cheryl was kind enough to explore the concept in both papers–read about it here!
We are thankful to learn more about Narberth and its generous donors and are looking forward to becoming more involved in this community and meeting many of you!