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The Junkluggers of New York City Affiliates

Charity Partners:

Big Reuse
Big Reuse is New York City's only non-profit retail outlet for salvaged and surplus building materials. Their centers house everything from high-end appliances to reclaimed lumber, kitchen cabinet sets, and salvaged flooring. We visit them in Gowanus every day to donate building materials.
Metro World Child
Founded in 1980 by Pastor Bill Wilson, Metro World Child originally served children exposed to violence, crime, drugs, gangs, neglect, and poverty. It quickly expanded and now reaches over 250,000 children in 13 countries. Their programs and initiatives support spiritual, physical, emotional, and practical needs.
Anne Mary's Place
Anne Mary's Place is a community-based cooperative thrift store rooted in the mission of the Little Sisters of the Assumption to provide East Harlem residents with affordable, high-quality clothing and home goods. The store generates and sustains supportive social networks for members and customers. Additionally, a percentage of their profits are donated to local charitable organizations. Remix Market NYC is proud to support their store.
El Barrio Thrift Store
El Barrio Thrift Store, is a non-profit second-hand store that provides a unique shopping experience for its Spanish Harlem community. They provide resources and goods that are typically unattainable for low income families in the neighborhood. El Barrio Thrift Store is a one-stop-shop for all kinds of items ranging from clothing, kitchenware, electronics, and furniture. Remix is pleased to know that our items are going to be of use to the families who shop at their store.
African American Women Women in Cinema
African American Women In Cinema (AAWIC) organization has served as a continuous support for the vibrant work of women filmmakers for the past several decades. AAWIC has provide a platform to showcase aligning experienced and novice filmmakers, directors, producers, screenwriters and/or actors. In addition, AAWIC is providing Humanitarian support to The Pouponniere Orphanage in L'Emmanuel. AAWIC will enhance its support and programming by providing hope, a purpose and a voice to the next generation of filmmakers.
Afrikan Peach Arts Coalition
APAC is a non-profit arts coalition committed to connecting underrepresented artists with resources, opportunity, and community. We are basically a startup established in 2019, Brooklyn Arts Council is our fiscal sponsor and we are official community partners with the Museum of Moving Image NYC.
Astoria Filmmakers Club
The Astoria Filmmakers Club is a 501(c)(3) public Filmmaking charity organization located in the highest ranking neighborhood in New York City. The Astoria Filmmakers Club is founded upon three core principles; community, creativity and joy. Before anyone can become an Olympian gold medalist they start at their local gym. The AFC is the local gym for a "some day" Oscar award winning Filmmaker and Actor alike.
Dare2B, Inc is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to inspiring, equipping, and empowering homeless children to break their individual cycles of poverty. Through Dare2B's seven-step (7) holistic program children enjoy developing skills important to gaining opportunities for economic growth. Preparing children to tap into their potential for success and helping them become positive influencers in their homes.
Flux Factory
Flux Factory provides affordable space for its Artists-in Residence to use as an incubator for creative output. Besides hosting residencies, they also organize exhibitions, build artist networks, and positively integrate into their community. By donating art materials and other pieces for their residents to use, we're continuing to support the creative community in NYC.
Gays and Lesbians Living in a Transgender Society, GLITS, began with Ceyenne Doroshow's immediate, emphatic, and consistent response to the trauma and pain inflicted on the LGBTQIA+ community, particularly at the intersection of POC, Black, trans, and queer identities, with care, healing, and direct emergency support. As a Black trans woman and formerly incarerated sex worker Ms. Doroshow had experienced each of these crises herself, experiences from which she became motivated to become the community leader she is today. GLITS creates holistic solutions to the health and housing crises faced by LGBTQIA+ individuals experiencing systemic discrimination at intersecting oppressions impacted by racism and criminalization, through a lens of harm reduction, human rights principles, social justice and community empowerment, imbued with a commitment to empowerment and pride in finding solutions in our own community. GLITS uses advocacy as well as press and media appearances to educate the public about health, wellness and inclusion of LGBTQIA+ people in our society and to address the stigmatization and criminalization. GLITS holistically addresses the barriers the LGBTQIA+ community experience particularly at the intersection of gender, class and race identities. GLITS initiatives are groundbreaking and each is being documented to serve as a pilot project exemplifying approaches that can and will be applied in other cities around the country and the world.
Goodwill Industries
Goodwill Industries is an international organization with a simple mission: putting people back to work. Their New York and New Jersey retail stores collect a wide variety of donations-from clothing and household goods to furniture and books-selling the items in their stores at affordable prices. Their retail locations employ individuals with disabilities and other barriers, helping them find work and take the next step in their careers. Of every dollar spent at their stores, 93 cents goes toward funding their programs and services, including vocational training. Goodwill is consistently ranked among the top charities that make your donation go further.
Green Tree Textiles
Green Tree was founded to recycle unwanted textiles material including clothing, shoes, accessories and household linens that would otherwise end up in our already overburdened landfills. Our recycling services support people, who are in disadvantage and those in transition. Green Tree strives to preserve the environment by repurposing clothing and textiles for re-use by environmentally minded manufacturers and designers.
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity partners with people in your community, and all over the world, to help them build or improve a place they can call home. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage. With your support, Habitat homeowners achieve the strength, stability and independence they need to build a better life for themselves and for their families. Through our Strategic Plan, Habitat for Humanity will serve more people than ever before through decent and affordable housing.
Hour Children
Hour Children is a non-sectarian, not-for-profit agency located in Long Island City (Queens County) that has been solely focused, throughout our 25-year history, on providing practical, comprehensive services to incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women and their families. Founded in 1986 and incorporated in 1992, Hour Children has evolved from its modest beginnings as a program that provided care to children of women incarcerated at Bedford Hills and Taconic Correctional Facilities, to a leading provider of prison- and community-based programs that support these fragile women and their families as they work to transform their lives and achieve self-sufficiency.
House of Good Deeds
Our mission: to promote Altruism, build community, mobilize volunteers, coordinate charitable events, and help everyone.
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