A former ANEW project manager shares this great story – the slide show is here. On February 2, 2012, I received a call from Mike, one of our service providers, who had been tasked with removing furniture from 17 private offices. This particular client had no sustainability mission in mind and Mike turned to us for […]
A large midwestern food company was clearing out a warehouse; they chose ANEW to repurpose their surplus. ANEW matched the surplus to a recipient, Bethel University. From Bethel’s letter:
Our most recent success story, i.am college track was an extreme makeover of two crumbling modular buildings at Roosevelt High School in Boyle Heights.
Jewish World Watch, a local nonprofit anti-genocide organization, recently received a complement of furniture and carpeting for its new offices via ANEW. JWW had negotiated a desirable lease with one sticky stipulation: it was responsible for upgrading the interior, which was in poor condition.
Knoll, a major manufacturer of commercial and classic design furniture and Sustaining Sponsor of ANEW, referred a corporate Santa Monica client whose donation of furniture was matched to The Long Beach Historical Society to help with
Last year ANEW learned that a global entertainment company was about to clear a warehouse of outdated merchandise. ANEW spoke with the company regarding reuse and was able to steward the surplus merchandise to the
ANEW has a wonderful relationship with Chrysalis (www.changelives.org), a non-profit organization providing employment opportunities to disadvantaged and formerly homeless individuals.
When the ANEW warehouse holds an abundance of items, we’ll collaborate with Habitat for Humanity as the beneficiary of fully upholstered reception seating, sofas, carpet tile etc. and building materials
The Elephant Theatre Company in Hollywood CA, was gifted more than 100 gently used theater chairs from a screening room located on the historical Warner Bros. Studios lot in Burbank, CA; the screening room was being remodeled.