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 repurposing. 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 repurpose 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 repurposing, re-using and up-cycling through educational programming, and by introducing innovative ideas in our community.
Fort Collins Community Collaborations
The Discovery Museum
Colorado State University – School of Apparel Design and Production
Rist Canyon Fire Dept.
Open Streets Community Festival
City of Fort Collins Recycling
Poudre School District
Rocky Mountain High School
Impulse Dance and Fitness
Fort Collins Museum of Art
Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado
Hearts and Horses
Human Rights Campaign
Colorado Springs Community Collaborations
Pikes Peak Library District
Commonwheel Artists Co-op
Pikes Peak Community College
The Gallery Below
Maker Faire 21C Library
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
City of Colorado Springs Therapeutic Group
Roll Bike Arts Festival
El Paso County Recycling
**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.