This documentary video was produced by a team from Tamalpais High School’s (Mill Valley, CA Academy of Integrated Humanities and New Media (AIM

Lauren, Mac, Lily, and Chris did a great job digging into the tremendous value SCRAP provides to the San Francisco Artists’ community.


The international wire service, Reuters, did a feature on SCRAP in October, 2017. 

Teachers grab needed supplies at SCRAP's Free Teachers' Give-Away.

Listen to this report from San Francisco radio station KALW
about how SF Teachers get needed supplies.


KCBX radio: Michael Bongiorni, former President of SCRAP, talks about the non-profit organization’s 40 years of providing supplies to San Francisco teachers, and how SCRAP works with the Hilton San Francisco Union Square and other hotels.

Golden Gate Express: Students revive SF State community garden

San Francisco Travel: Get Your Ass to Bayview

The Examiner: Fabric store review: SCRAP, San Francisco

The Huffington Post: San Francsico Around Town: Juanita Gets Around Town Art: Chocolate for the Aging Brain

The Western Edition: SCRAP – budget educational source for art materials all year round

SFGate: Arts and Crafts for Grown-ups


Anne Marie Theilen: CBS Jefferson Awards Aug 2011

KCBS ~ Good Question: Where in the Bay Area can I find used art and school supplies? – June 9, 2011

NBC Bay Area News: Scrap Becomes Art – April 19, 2011

KQED Women’s History Heroes 2011: Anne Marie Theilen

Recommended by Lonely Planet 2011 – SCRAP (Scroungers’ Center for Reusable Art Parts) by Jonah Susskind

SFGate: 11 Things: A little rusticity in the big city

SFGate: Eight Great DIY Holiday Gift Workshops

Mrs.Vera’s DIYBCA Sole Makeover Saturday Aug 14 2010

ArtSlant – Building Art – SCRAP – by Montgomery Rene

Get Scrap Happy at SCRAP

NightLife Craft Night with SCRAP SF March 18th
(go half-way down the event page to find us!)

SCRAP’s 3rd Annual Art Exhibition at the SFEnvironment EcoCenter
(go half-way down the blog to find us!)

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