Valued Partnerships & Recommended Businesses
Mountain Man Axe Throwing has a very awesome Smash Room where customers get to destroy various items, including some electronics! We are working with Mountain Man to help recycle certain donated or destroyed electronics so they don't end up in the dump!
We donate food and clothing to The United Way and the new Helpful Harvest food pantry up at the old Ramada Inn. They are offering many great programs to assist with the less fortunate and those in need.
We donate clothing to Christian Help and the Friendship Room next door. They provide a valuable service for the houseless and other people in need.
Pantry Plus More is where we donate most of our food donations and participate in their giving events. This is such a great organization and the community is lucky to have them! They offer food, clothing, and health & wellness support year round.
The Ranch Community Store is a great place to find inexpensive household items and clothing. We often donate here and also shop!
Our other nonprofit organization geared towards recycling and refurbishing bicycles donated by the community and providing them to kids in need to promote a happier, healthier future! This group is part of the new Youth Cycling Coalition here in Morgantown. If you like to donate to this cause, click HERE
These wonderful people help distribute bikes through our FB4K program and are highly recommended to obtain any food or clothing needs!
You can find us here all summer with Free Bikes 4 Kidz accepting donations and recycling. Make sure to enjoy all of the other vendors and the wonderful array of offerings!
Try This WV is a terrific program helping local nonprofits throughout the state and helping knock West Virginia off the top of the worst health lists, community by community!
Founded by the Women of The Home Missionary Society in the 1920's to help immigrant families in the area, Scott's Run Settlement House (SRSH) has expanded to now serve individuals and families in Monongalia County who find themselves marginalized by economic hardship