From KSHB: A local nonprofit reuse store had a goal to collect 2,000lbs of used school supplies for classrooms in need – instead, the community donated 8,000lbs. Learn more >>
From Fox 4 KC: Scrap KC collected 8,000lbs of used supplies from the community that will be reused in public schools. The drive organizers are visiting 49 schools.
From KSHB: Scraps KC has been hard at work collecting used school supplies to repurpose for less advantaged schools and community volunteers, some of whom are homeless, are using their time to clean and repurpose the supplies.
From KSHB: Do you have a plan for your leftover school supplies? Scraps KC does. They’ll repurpose them to help equip less advantaged Kansas City Schools.
From Fox 4 KC: Inspiring kids through arts and education while preserving the environment – a new Kansas City nonprofit celebrated its grand opening Friday night.
From KSHB 41: Scraps KC Is a creative reuse center that repurposes items usually tossed aside, while also giving a sense of purpose to the Kansas City homeless community.