Thank You!

CONTACT: Robin Elliott, Philanthropy Coordinator (607) 257-9699 robin@fingerlakesreuse.org We’d like to say THANK YOU to all of our donors for participating in our 2016 Annual Appeal. Your generous giving raised $14,425 for Finger Lakes ReUse in just under two months! These dollars directly support our programs and services, like the ReSET jobs skills training program, whose Technology track is about to begin its 11th session next week,  our Deconstruction Services program keeping large volumes of building materials out of the landfills, and our eCenter, which refurbishes electronics and provides discounted tech repair services to the community and local nonprofits. At a time of year when you were undoubtedly asked to donate to many deserving organizations, many of you chose to support ReUse. On behalf of all of us at Finger Lakes ReUse, we are delighted to receive your s ...

Finger Lakes ReUse To Give Away Free Quality Items At Triphammer ReUse Center

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Sean Campbell Communications Assistant (607) 257-9699 x9929 What: Free Items this Saturday through Monday at Triphammer ReUse Center Where: Triphammer ReUse Center, 2255 N. Triphammer Road in the Triphammer Marketplace When: Saturday, January 14, 2017 to Monday, January 16, 2017 Why: To make room in our stores, we are date coding and cycling items through. Some perfectly good items haven’t sold, but we need to make room for more! Finger Lakes ReUse To Give Away Free Quality Items At Triphammer ReUse Center Finger Lakes ReUse is giving away items this weekend (Saturday through Monday) at the Triphammer ReUse Center (2255 N. Triphammer Road in the Triphammer Marketplace). Keeping items out of the waste stream is one of our top priorities at Finger Lakes ReUse.  Reusable items that we receive through donations from the community a ...

Now Accepting Applications for ReSET Technology and ReSET Retail & Customer Service Job Training Programs!

What: ReSET Technology and ReSET Retail & Customer Service Job Training Program Where: Ithaca ReUse Center at 214 Elmira Road. Finger Lakes ReUse is accepting applications for their free job training programs: ReSET Retail & Customer Service Program and for the next round of ReSET Technology.  What is ReSET Tech? ReSET Tech is a 10-week, unpaid entry level job training program. Participants learn in a hands-on environment, through exposure and participation in day-to-day business activities in Finger Lakes ReUse eCenter Computer ReUse program. The next session of ReSET Tech, will start February 6, 2017. Those who successfully complete the entry level training are invited to apply for a competitive 15-week full time paid Apprenticeship. To learn more, please visit our website here. What is ReSET Retail and Customer Service? In ReSET Retail  and Custom ...

This Holiday, Bring Your Unwanted Electronics To Finger Lakes ReUse!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Diane Cohen, Executive Director (607) 257-9699 x9914 diane@fingerlakesreuse.org Where: Two locations: Ithaca ReUse Center, 214 Elmira Road, Ithaca NY or Triphammer ReUse Center, 2255 N. Triphammer Road in the Triphammer Marketplace When: Monday - Saturday 10 AM - 6 PM, Sunday 10 AM – 5 PM Why: We are experiencing high demand for these materials, and your donations help support our job training programs. How: Just bring your items to either ReUse Center – open daily! 1 This Holiday, Bring Your Unwanted Electronics To Finger Lakes ReUse! The holidays are here!  Congratulations on your brand new laptop! Your family finally came through and replaced that old coffee maker or toaster.  Your partner finally got you the upgraded smartphone that you’ve only been hinting at for the last five months.  What should you do with the devic ...

Finger Lakes ReUse Receives ‘Environmental Excellence Award’ From New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Robin Elliott Development Assistant (607) 257-9699 x9928 robin@fingerlakesreuse.org Finger Lakes ReUse Receives ‘Environmental Excellence Award’ From New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Ithaca, N.Y. . . The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced on Tuesday that Finger Lakes ReUse, Inc. were among the eight organizations awarded the Environmental Excellence Award for 2016.  Finger Lakes ReUse was honored for “turning waste into opportunities by diverting reusable materials from the landfill.” The award recognizes “those who are working to improve and protect New York's environment and contribute to a more healthy economy by advancing sustainable practices and forming creative partnerships.” "DEC is proud to present Environmental Excellence Awards to these eight businesses and ...

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