A sample of repurposed items that will be for sale at the Community Church's Craft & Outreach Fair (LBTS - near Commercial & A1A) on Dec. 8th.
The yarn to make these reusable gift bags and wine bottle covers was donated to T2T.
Friday, October 19, 2012
Sunday, October 14, 2012
Have you ever heard of Green Halloween?
Green Halloween is a non-profit, grassroots community initiative to create healthier and more Earth-friendly holidays, starting with Halloween. It began in the Seattle area in 2007 with backers such as Whole Foods Market and was such a huge success that in 2008, the initiative expanded nation-wide. In cities across the country, volunteer coordinators are turning their city’s Halloween holiday healthy and eco-friendly, but many are also raising money for their own, local nonprofit beneficiaries via the initiative.
What's their core philosophy of “green”?"Green = the 3 G’s
- Good for People – Including the people who make, grow or sell the products we consume or use. Also good for us and our families. Healthy treats and treasures fall under this category.
- Good for Planet – Includes making choices that have the least impact on the Earth during the lifespan (beginning to end) of that choice or product.
- Good for the Community – Including making choices and supporting businesses whose business practices and products support the well being of communities such as via monetary contributions to worthy causes."
Thursday, October 4, 2012
This show at Pembroke Pines' Studio 18 features Keith Haag's work. Keith works in styrofoam and first showed at Trash2Art. Keith's company Edge Recycling was a Trash2Art sponsor.
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
T2T member Youth Environmental Alliance is the designated nonprofit for its donate a dime program at the Coral Springs Whole Foods. You can donate your $.10 bring own bag rebate to YEA through the end of the year.
Whole Foods is a great supporter of nonprofits like YEA and T2T. Their support is appreciated.