January 3rd, 2014
Reef Relief is looking for a new-ish laptop or desktop computer. Contact them at email@example.com if you have one to donate.
November 18th, 2013
Reef Relief is looking for a donation of a wheelchair. If you have one contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
August 29th, 2013
Keys Helpline has just added its name to the roster of non-profits on KeysReuse.com. Their contact is Kristen Wheeler who can be reached at 305-292-8445 or email@example.com
Helpline of the Florida Keys is Monroe County’s only 24/7 confidential crisis hotline, providing information and referral services throughout the Keys. Theyare manned almost exclusively by volunteers 365 days per year. In addition, Helpline provides daily reassurance calls to the elderly, disabled and shut-in residents; these calls ensure that our clients are safe, have taken their medications and/or had a bite to eat. Most of their clients are called on a daily basis, many of them multiple times per day. This service is free to anyone that needs it.
They are currently looking for a heavy-duty shredder, toner for the two printers that we currently use, and a new executive desk.
August 7th, 2013
The Marathon Wild Bird Center needs stainless steel utility sinks. If you have some to get rid of or know someone who does contact Kelly Grinter at firstname.lastname@example.org. They will appreciate your donation.
August 6th, 2013
AIDS Help is looking for any items that could be used on a silent auction table. AIDS Help is scheduled for the Bottlecap Happy Hour on August 30th from 5-8PM. If anyone has silent action items that could be used on a silent auction table please let Terry Paulson know by calling 305-293-3666 or e-mail him email@example.com.
August 6th, 2013
The Healthy Start Coalition in Key West is preparing for its annual Tot Swap consignment sale fundraiser. They have volunteers ready to start pricing items for the sale through their online system. However, the computer they had been using no longer works so they are at a standstill.
Do you know of anyone who has a laptop or desktop they would either donate to this non-profit or let them borrow it until mid-October? It doesn’t have to have any special programs; they just need internet access and the ability to open and print a PDF.
If you know if anyone is able to help please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org. They rely on this fundraiser to support their programs helping moms and babies and unfortunately can’t move forward without the computer.
Thank you so much!
July 22nd, 2013
Reef Relief is looking for a bookcase, an executive office chair, and five folding chairs. You can contact them at (305) 294-3100 or email@example.com if you have any of these and can donate them.
April 2nd, 2013
Midge Jolly (firstname.lastname@example.org) is looking for some unusual things that she can put to good use. If you have them, instead of tossing them out in the trash, give Midge a holler or at least an email holler so you can get them to her. I’m already collecting wine corks. A lot of this stuff can’t be recycled but it can be REUSED!
Her list includes:
Corks from wine bottle, etc
Talenti gelato containers
Bottles with bails (Grolsch, etc.)
Mason style jars with lids/not canning lids
Dark bottles with lids
Any color old fashioned pants hangers
Wooden bi-fold doors with slats
February 11th, 2013
The Guidance Care Center (GCC) needs a manual wheelchair for their in-patient facility. If you have one you no longer need or know of someone who does, contact Lisa at email@example.com or call 305-434-7660 ext 31127.
February 6th, 2013
KeysReuse.com will no longer list items deemed to be environmentally harmful. In other instances some products such as paint, cleaners, or makeup will ask for non-toxic or low or no VOC products. Donors are encouraged to give only organic food items.
Some of the items that have been deleted from the list include gasoline powered devices, plastic bags, commercial products such as Dawn detergent, and other plastic items such as cutlery. Though reuse does keep these kinds of items out of the landfill, KeysReuse no longer wants to encourage people to purchase or use environmentally harmful products.
Listings on the site that include these items have been deleted.