Magazine Harvest recycles your clean, gently read magazines to new readers – feeding kids and families hungry to read. Bundles of recycled magazines prepared by local volunteers and teams are posted to our online MagPower Marketplace for selection by literacy programs.
Recycling magazines to new readers addresses both environmental and literacy needs. A magazine harvest works like a holiday food drive, but feeds hungry readers. Magazines can be collected at home, school, work, or play. Surplus magazines that would otherwise be discarded and destroyed can be rescued from throughout the magazine supply chain – consumers, publishers, distributors, wholesalers, and retail newsstands – and distributed to after-school programs, food pantries, homeless and domestic violence shelters, mentoring and job training programs, and other community literacy efforts.
- Literacy Programs register and post literacy needs creating a wishlist of magazines
- Consumers and Businesses fund new and send recycled magazines for literacy
- Literacy Programs order new magazines and recycled magazines for delivery
- Magazines get to new readers via literacy programs.
Thank you for helping us to change the world – one magazine at a time. Please share this with others and contact us, if you have questions.