What does SCRAP do?
SCRAP collects donations of quality, clean, reusable materials such as fabric, paper, arts and crafts supplies, wood, beads, buttons, and so much more and makes these materials available as supplies for teachers, non-profits, parents, artists, and students. SCRAP helps reduce the waste going to landfill by over 200 tons per year, and San Francisco schools and non-profits benefit by receiving badly needed art and other supplies. SCRAP provides workshops, field trips and hands-on activities at community events to promote the benefits of creative reuse.
Where is SCRAP located?
SCRAP is located in an SFUSD (San Francisco Unified School Disrict) warehouse in the Bayview district of San Francisco. Our address is 801 Toland St., but enter the warehouse on Newcomb Ave, between Toland and Selby. You can find a map and directions to us here.
When is SCRAP open?
Monday through Saturday, from 9am to 5pm and Fridays until 6pm.
I’m a teacher. Is there anything I should know about SCRAP?
There are always a variety of materials at the depot that can inspire your next classroom projects. We have an annual materials give-away in the fall and monthly materials give-away for teachers where a wide selection of free materials for use in the classroom are provided. Our low-cost workshops offer a range of ideas for creative reuse projects many of which can be tailored for the classroom.
Who can donate materials?
Anyone can donate. No donation is too small. Check here for information on how to donate and what SCRAP accepts.
What kinds of things can I donate?
Most clean, reusable materials that can be used in art or educational projects. See the extensive material list to see if your items are acceptable.
Don’t see it on the list? Call us at 415-647-1746 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. SCRAP also depends on monetary donations to continue to offer our programs to the community—free material pick-ups, low-cost workshops, field trips, and more. Please make a donation today!
How do I donate materials?
For large donations (six or more boxes), SCRAP offers a pick-up service for $15. Donations can also be dropped off at the warehouse from 10:00am to 4:00pm Tuesday through Saturday. Check the list of items SCRAP accepts, and call or email ahead with any questions.
Are my donations tax-deductible?
Yes. SCRAP is a 501 c3 non-profit organization. We provide a tax-deductible receipt for the fair market value of your goods.
What about the cats?
Dot and Boots are sister and brother and were born at SCRAP several years ago.