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Who Gives a SCRAP is always seeking involvement from the community. There are many ways to become part of the action. Volunteer at our shop, volunteer at one of our many community events, collaborate with us on one of our many community events or have an idea how we can do something special in the community, then please contact us.



Commitment to our volunteers:
• We are committed to equal opportunity volunteerism. We coordinate a diverse community of volunteers from varied backgrounds and social identities, including, but not limited to: people of color, immigrant communities, people of all faiths and spirituality, people living with disabilities, lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender communities, and people of diverse ages.
• We are committed to working together towards creating a safe, supportive, and caring volunteer experience where we can learn from each other and grow in service to our communities.

Volunteer requirements:
-Must commit to a 2 hour shift at least two times a month -or- one 4 hour shift once a month
-Must be 18 yrs or older. Anyone under that age must come through their High School Counseling Department and use the volunteer hours for graduation requirements. We don’t have any opportunities for younger children at this time.
-Must complete volunteer form and turn in BEFORE starting.
-Must be able to lift (15 pound max) and stand

If you would like to volunteer please fill out the volunteer application. Email it to or bring it to our shop.


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Who Gives a SCRAP is committed in all areas to providing a work environment that is free from harassment. Harassment based upon an individual’s sex, race, ethnicity, national origin, age, religion or any other legally protected characteristics will not be tolerated. All employees, including supervisors and other management personnel, are expected and required to abide by this policy. ​


• Recycle, Re-new, Re-use
• Help us divert materials from area landfills. Shop the store and BRING A FRIEND!
• Donate your stuff. The more we can repurpose, the better.



100% of our budget comes from income generated through store sales and fee-for-service programming. This revenue pays for the day-to-day operations such as salaries, rent, and utilities. It also allows us to continue to collect and process donated materials for reuse and to provide arts and educational programming.

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Why should my company sponsor your business?
1. Help Who Gives a SCRAP keep their doors and continue to operate a retail and community space devoted entirely to up-cycling and creative reuse.
2. Help divert materials from area landfills.
3. Support public educators and creative communities.
4. Receive positive and impactful publicity for your company or organization.

Who is Who Gives a SCRAP?
Who Gives a SCRAP fills a unique market niche and community sustainability need by diverting common household and crafting materials from landfills through creative reuse and re-purposing. We receive donations of well-kept, good condition materials that are no longer needed by the owner and resell them to teachers, artists, crafters, and others who re-purpose the supplies into newly-desired final use products. This business model fulfills an important environmental function and provides affordable supplies to those who need them, both of which are valuable to the community. Our mission is to be a champion of the environment, by encouraging re-purposing, re-using and up-cycling through educational programming, and by introducing innovative ideas in our community.

What are the sponsorship opportunities?
$5,000 sponsorship donation
$2,500 sponsorship donation
$1,000 sponsorship donation
$500 sponsorship donation
$100 sponsorship donation

Are In-Kind Sponsorships available?
Yes! We welcome in-kind sponsorships. The benefit level would be based on the retail value of the material goods.

How do I sponsor?
Read the Sponsor Form
For more details, please contact our Sponsorship Coordinator, at