Phones recycled in aid of Pesach food parcels
The United Synagogue has been helping to turn mobile phones into matzah over Pesach.
Supplementing the US's postal appeal in support of food parcels, the organisation's social arm, Project Chesed, asked people to donate unwanted mobiles to be recycled for cash.
To date, 80 have been handed in, ranging from BlackBerry phones to some chunky relics from the past.
Proceeds contributed towards the distribution of nearly 500 festival parcels to US members struggling to meet the extra cost of Pesach observance.