Celebrate the holidays with SCRAP!

Mark your calendars now for our Scrappy Soulstice holiday event on Saturday, December 10th!

SCRAP is throwing a community-based event celebrating the holidays with gift ideas, music, treats, and fun activities to celebrate with our community. The funds raised will go towards providing quality arts education & materials for local students from lower-income households. All ages are welcome to join in on the fun!


Activities

  • Eco-friendly Bojagi Gift Wrapping Workshop (11:00 am - 12:30 pm)

  • Vintage Market (Starts at 12:00 pm)

  • Special stockings + ornament gift ideas (while supplies last)

  • Cookies + coffee (all day)

  • Holiday shopping (all day)

  • Gift wrapping stations (all day):

    • Bojagi Fabric gift wrapping station

    • Paper gift wrapping materials station


Register below or Check out our instagram @scrapsf for more details to come.

SCRAP is a Creative Reuse center and arts education Nonprofit founded in 1976 in San Francisco, California. We breathe new life into old arts and crafts supplies and reduce waste by diverting over 200 tons of materials heading to landfill every year.


Christmas Hours

Closed: December 24th, 25th, 26th, 31st + January 1st & 2nd

About the Depot

We pride ourselves in providing equal access to creativity. Our depot in the Bayview is a wonderful "Aladdin's Cave" that provides students, teachers, and artists of all walks of life with access to high quality materials at affordable prices. The materials in our depot change every day, but you’ll always find an abundance of classroom and art supplies, a wide variety of artifacts of inspiring textures, colors, and shapes. The Depot is loosely organized by type of material: paper, wood, metal, glass, fabric, leather, images, office supplies, plastic, natural materials, beads & buttons, arts & crafts, toys, and more.

SCRAP In A Box was conceived in April 2020 as a response to the COVID-19 crisis and “stay at home” mandates. Since then, the program has quickly grown to serve over 300 children & distribute over 1000 art kits.

Check out our fun variety of upcoming in-person workshops with local artists and creatives!

Whats Happenin'

Check out this article about our new Sustainable Fashion Design Program, from Local News Matters.

SF Chronicle Reporters Heather Knight and Peter Heter Hartlaub tour the non-profit and meet staffers and volunteers who have seen first-hand how discovering art can positively impact children and communities.

Our field trips are back!

Wondering what a field trip at SCRAP look like? Check out our field trips page to learn more!

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