Recently I scanned posting across a number of Freecycle sites and found hundreds of listings over the course of just a few weeks for magazines looking for a new home. It served as a remarkable desire for people to share the magazines they love with others. As we grow and establish KinderHarvest magazine recycling for literacy programs in these communities, we will bask in this generosity.
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