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Re.Use.Full brings Repair Cafes to Kansas City

Re.Use.Full brings Repair Cafes to Kansas City

Re.Use.Full, in partnership with KC Digital Drive, hosted its first Repair Cafe Saturday, April 20, 2024, at the North Independence Mid-Continent Public Library. We were able to help 6 people with needed PC repairs thanks to our partner and awesome volunteers....

Un-Dumpster Day featured on Flatland

Un-Dumpster Day featured on Flatland

Re.Use.Full hosted its first Un-Dumpster Day of 2024 on April 6 at South Broadland Presbyterian Church. The event diverted 4.5 tons of still-good items1.5 tons of documents2,484 lbs electronics80 used tires from local landfills. Re.Use.Full Charity...

Top 5 Sustainability Measures in the Home

Top 5 Sustainability Measures in the Home

Sustainability measures within the home are an easy way to reduce your carbon footprint and make an impact on our environment. Reducing your carbon footprint can seem overwhelming at first. Making small, simple changes allows you to see the benefits in real-time. Here...

Aging in place the sustainable way

Aging in place the sustainable way

by Beth Webb, Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity is located in Independence, Mo. We are a member of Habitat for Humanity, International, which organization is known for building decent, safe and affordable places to live....

Donors de-cluttered for good at first-ever Un-Dumpster Day

Donors de-cluttered for good at first-ever Un-Dumpster Day

An estimated 250 donors gave their bikes, books, clothing, furniture, games and other gently used household items at the first-ever Un-Dumpster Day on Saturday, June 4. The event was hosted by South-Broadland Presbyterian Church at 7850 Holmes Rd., Kansas City, Mo....

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