We are just under two weeks away from a drop-off event with Countryside Conservancy!
Last year, we held a drop-off event at the Howe Meadow Farmers’ Market and had such great success that we are having another one on May 20th! We will be at Howe Meadow to collect any donations of kitchen items for the whole duration of the market (9 AM – 12 PM). If you are in the Northeast Ohio area, this is a great opportunity for you to de-clutter your kitchen and check out Countryside Conservancy’s great Howe Meadow market!
We will have volunteers on-site to help carry any heavy boxes or bags with kitchen item donations, if needed!
Check out our Partner Profiles here to read about one of our newer partnerships with Hattie’s Food Hub, one of the organizations that will benefit from this drop-off event!
We are looking forward to this great event, and we hope to see you there!
If you have any questions, please contact us via email at email@example.com or call us 330.715.4140!
We are in the process of moving our Columbus Recycle Pots & Pans headquarters! We are incredibly grateful to The Commissary for providing us with storage space during our first year of operations in Columbus. While we will continue to host donation drop-off events at The Commissary from 10-1 every first Saturday of the month, moving forward we will no longer provide regular drop-off hours on Thursday evenings. The Commissary will happily accept walk-in donations during regular business hours.
Stay tuned for news on our new Columbus headquarters, events and donation drop-off hours!
Today, January 5th, we will be having out first drop off for the year in Columbus. We will be at The Commissary (1400 Dublin Road) from 4-7 PM.
Can’t make it tonight? This Saturday, Jan. 7th, is the first Saturday of the month. We will be at The Commissary from 10-1 to collect your kitchen item donations as well.
We hope to see you there! As always, if you have any questions or would like to schedule a pick up, let us know.
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Happy New Year!
2016 was a year of tremendous growth for RP&P and we are very grateful. We appreciate all who have supported us, helped us grow, and spread the word about our nonprofit organization. We were able to help so many families and individuals last year and are looking forward to helping even more this year.
Making new years resolutions? If one of your hopes is to clean your kitchen cabinets, basements, or other storage areas, please keep us in mind if you find you have any kitchen items that you no longer use or need.
From all of us at Recycle Pots & Pans, we would like to wish you a very happy new year and thank you for helping us achieve and exceed our goals in 2016!
This year has been a big year for Recycle Pots and Pans. We are so thankful for all the growth our supporters, donors, and friends have made possible this year. We have received many donations of kitchen items and have been able to help numerous people.
With the growth of RP&P this year, we are running into storage problems. While we have the space to store the kitchen items we get in, we are lacking the shelving to be able to sort and organize them. We are in need of shelving to better utilize our storage space, as well as make it more organized and accessible to those who come in to pull items for all of our agencies we support.
Here you will find a link from Uline for shelving. We also accept any other type of shelving, new or used.
If you are able or interested in donating shelving and/or have further questions, please email (email@example.com) or call us (330-715-4140).
We thank you for all your support this year and always.
-Recycle Pots and Pans
Did you find during the week of Thanksgiving that you own more dishes than you can use? This Saturday, December 3rd, we will be at The Commissary in Columbus (1400 Dublin Road) to collect your kitchen item donations from 10-1! Stop by, bring your extra dishes, see us, and help your local community! We hope to see you there.
We had a great time last night at the Silent Auction in Columbus and hope you did too! We are so glad that so many people were able to take home such beautiful (and unique) items.
All of us at Recycle Pots and Pans would like to thank our attendees from last night so much for coming, donating, and participating. Our nonprofit organization thrives because of people like you who come to support us! Thank you!
If you weren’t able to make it to this event, be on the look out for events like this in the future!
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Please enjoy just a few pictures from last night:
On October 5th, The Columbus Dispatch included a press release about “Food Happenings” that included details about the silent auction coming up this week. Read the article here.
We are working hard to make this a great event. Gather a group of friends and make a night of it!!
Can’t wait to see you there!
Back in April, we held our first silent auction and we are so excited to announce that we will be having another one coming up October 20th… Just 15 days away! We are working hard to pick out some beautiful vintage kitchen items and collectible items for the event. The auction will be held at The Commissary, 1400 Dublin Road, Columbus and admission for the event will be $20 or a box of kitchen donations. At 4:00 PM the event will begin and bidding will end at 6:45 PM. This event will take place of our normal Thursday drop off. Come out and enjoy light refreshments and a fun night of bidding!