‘Household Items’ Options In ‘Maryland’


Always Recycling has operated in Harford County, MD for over ten years. They are a family business that recycles many things including computer printers and monitors.

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Career Gear not only provides suits for job interviews, but they continue to work in partnership with job-training programs and community based organizations to provide low cost, high impact solutions that complement community based organizations. It is because of their mission that they have helped over 30,000 men who are low income move from poverty to self-sufficiency.

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Harford Family House provides transitional housing, support and resources for homeless families with children in Harford County with the goal of being able to help them transition into stable/permanent housing in the end.

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The House of Ruth Maryland provides women victims of violence, and their children, with services necessary to rebuild their lives safely and free of fear. They have an 84-bed shelter, 6 apartment transitional housing units and an on-site health clinic.

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Interfaith Works goal is to meet the needs of the poor and homeless in Montgomery County, Maryland. Their programs shelter, cloth and feed those in need and provide supportive services with the goal of helping them achieve self-sufficiency.

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SARC works to aid victims of stalking, domestic violence and sexual violence with their 28-bed emergency shelter; community outreach and education services. They provide a safe haven which offers hope, empowerment, opportunities and tools for new beginnings.

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Second Chance, Inc. creates “green collar jobs” by taking apart buildings that would otherwise be demolished and dumped in a landfill.  They then offer the reclaimed materials — and other donated items — to the public at a discount, which helps to fund their job training and workforce development programs.

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Success In Style’s (SIS) helps women and men to become employed and self-sufficient. They promote dignity and professionalism through appropriate business attire, practical fashion advice and interview counseling. They enhance their client’s appearance and help them conquer the initial barrier—first impressions.

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The mission of Tabitha’s House is to serve the low income and at risk families in Harford County by providing them with basic needs such as food, clothing, household items, cleaning supplies, toiletries and school supplies.

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The Loading Dock, Inc. is Maryland’s premier building materials reuse facility, offering great deals and interesting finds to people who need inexpensive housing improvement and building materials and are interested in keeping material out of the waste stream. Their mission is to increase the supply and use of affordable building materials for housing and community improvements by redirecting landfill-bound, reusable materials into productive use. 

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