ORGANIZATIONS ARE LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER

The DonateNYC Exchange (formerly New York Wa$teMatch)
Connects businesses and nonprofits looking to donate or receive donated goods.
Organizations can get free, usable goods, while businesses can cut their waste,
save on storage and disposal, and may benefit from tax deductions for their donations.

www1.nyc.gov/assets/donate/giveandfind/exchange.shtml

East Bay Depot for Creative Reuse
www.creativereuse.org
Diverts waste materials from landfills by collecting and redistributing discarded
goods as low-cost supplies available at its Depot Store for artists, educators,
and social service agencies.

Materials for the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs
www.mfta.org
Provides individual artists, who are working on projects in a public setting
and are fiscally sponsored by a nonprofit organization, with free office
equipment and supplies, furnishings, and art materials.

Materials for the Arts, Monroe County Solid Waste Management
District

www.mcswmd.org/recycling.reuseoptions.html
Sponsors a recycling program for artists and educators working on
community projects in Monroe County Indiana.

SCRAP (Scroungers Center for Reusable Art Parts), 801 Toland Street, San Francisco,
CA, 94124

www.scrap-sf.org/creative-reuse
A creative reuse project housed in a 5,000 square foot warehouse in San Francisco.
Materials are organized by type. Some materials are available to artists and educators
free of charge or at a low-cost.

WEBSITES

Art of Recycle 
A directory of creative recycle centers worldwide.
www.artofrecycle.org/our_neighbors.html

 

 


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