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Key ingredients for KinderHarvest magazine recycling success

We have spent some time learning about what steps are important in order to deploy successful, sustained magazine recycling projects at the community level.

The top-most lesson is that we need to form self-reliant local teams to set-up and operate KinderHarvest magazine recycling efforts in their own communities. The members of the teams work together on a number of mission-critical tasks, such as:

If this matches your interests, please complete this volunteer form to provide your contact and availability information.

We are grateful for your interest and time and look forward to working with you to change the world – one magazine at a time!

  • Casa Ramona Academy for Technology, Community, and Education

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    School or Library
    San Bernardino, CA
    Need magazines for 22 males and 18 females between the ages of 11-16 years old
    Magazines Requested: Boys Life, Girls Life, National Geographic, Odyssey, Dig, Owl, Cobblestone, Ask en Español, Faces, Jack and Jill

  • James F. Bay Elementary

    School
    100 readers age zero to four
    Seabrook, TX, USA
    Needs: 100 magazines
    Magazines Requested: Highlights for Children, National Geographic for Kids, and Turtle Magazine

  • Gerald J. Ryan Outreach Center, Inc

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    501(c)(3) Charity
    Wyandanch, NY

    Serving the following number of individuals on a monthly basis:
    550 children ages 0-17
    630 adults ages 18-59
    35 seniors ages 60+

    Magazines Requested: Magazines for a wide age range of readers on topics such as cooking, women’s health, automobiles, teen trends, kids magazines etc.

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