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Community Partnerships


StorageWorld has generously donated a storage unit that has housed Scraplanta's donations for several years. 


Ridwell is an environmental social enterprise that offers a door-to-door subscription service for hard to recycle materials. Ridwell's expansion to Atlanta involves partnerships with local non-profits, such as Scraplanta to help community members keep art and craft supplies out of the landfill. If you are interested in bringing Ridwell to your neighborhood, sign up here.


Scraplanta partnered with EcoRise and SouthWest Airlines to provide decommissioned airplane seats to Metro Atlanta teachers. Scraplanta also hosted a workshop to show teachers how to use Leatherworking tools.

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Scraplanta is proud to be a part of RootLocal's Pollinator Network Map which includes community networks and organizations who are committed to a more sustainable and equitable Atlanta. 


In 2022, Scraplanta hosted the Revival Art Show at The Bakery's Gallery in South Downtown. The Revival Art show featured dozens of creative reuse artists from Atlanta and New York.


PaintLove and Scraplanta have worked together for several years through the exchange of materials and co-hosting events. 

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Thanks to a generous sponsorship from Charcoal Blue, we were able to purchase new shelves and a digital scale to process donations and better organize our retail store. 


Lifecycle Building Center generously donated flooring at furniture to stock Scraplanta's Tucker location through their MATCH program. 


Southeast Fiber Arts Alliance is a non-profit on a mission to create community through the love and creativity around Fiber Arts. 


Scraplanta works with CHaRM to provide art activities at CHaRM's Kids Earth Day events. 


The Atlanta Green Theatre Alliance provides a free tool and art supply shed to the Greater Atlanta Community. They are located the South River Arts Studio. 

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