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Re.Use.Full

Give Stuff. Get Stuff.

Kansas City, KS   |  https://reusefull.org

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Re.Use.Full

EIN: 92-2435341


Mission

To encourage simple, sustainable living in local communities by connecting donors with gently used items to the people, pets, and nonprofits that need them.

Ruling year info

2023

Founder/Director

Leslie Scott

Main address

2208 N 21st St

Kansas City, KS 66104 USA

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EIN

92-2435341

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Environment

Population served info

Adults

Families

Economically disadvantaged people

Activists

NTEE code info

Environmental Quality, Protection, and Beautification N.E.C. (C99)

IRS subsection

501(c)(3) Public Charity

IRS filing requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Un-Dumpster Day

Our Un-Dumpster Days are an opportunity for local nonprofits to collect still-good items that they can use for their important missions. The public is invited to bring their still-good stuff to these one-stop drop offs and put their items to good use.

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Re.Use.Full

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Founder/Director

Leslie Scott

Leslie Scott is the founder of Re.Use.Full, the flagship project of Do More Good, a social enterprise founded in 2017 that creates capacity-building technology solutions for nonprofit organizations. She draws on her work and volunteer experience in nonprofit management, workforce development, technology and education to view problems from a systems perspective with a focus on intersectionality. Leslie serves on the core team for Code for KC, where volunteers on the Re.Use.Full project team have been instrumental in the development of the site. She is the author of Forever and Ever, a forthcoming children’s book about foster kids and foster dogs, and in her free time, enjoys serving on several nonprofit boards, hanging with her four dogs, discovering ways to upcycle their many empty dog food cans and beautifying her yard.

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