The Cary Creative Reuse Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our mission is to inspire creative reuse and environmentally sustainable behavior by providing educational programs and affordable materials to the community. learn more »
What’s happening at the Cary Creative Reuse Center
Yeah! a new temporary home at the Marketplace
DONATION will have to wait until we are in a permanent location…
5301 Hillsborough St.,
Near the State Fairgrounds at the corner
What’s happening this November!
A note about the move…
While we are pleased of what the C3 Raise the Roof Campaign accomplished, the collective total is just a drop in the bucket. Commercial real estate is expensive! We need the support of our community now more than ever. As of date, C3 has yet to negotiate a lease with a prospective landlord. However, thanks to one of our generous patrons Barbara Erickson we have been offered a temporary home at the new MARKETPLACE Store By: Gifts from the Heart (5301 Hillsborough St.) We will also be offering a variety of mobile programming options while we are in transition.
We have Fall and other holiday items on display at the new Marketplace store
Please continue to help us fundraise by using Amazon Smiles!
When you go to buy on amazon.com type smile.amazon.com instead. Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases. Log in using your regular Amazon account and then select Cary Creative Center as your charity.
More things you can do to help…
UPDATE: We have been receiving donation as a result of Amazon shopping online so please continue to support C3 by using smild.amazon.com when purchasing anything through Amazon?
Congratulations to us…
Recently we were in the Raleigh Walter Magazine in their Whirl feature which is a collection of party pictures from various fundraisers and community events. We were in the September 2014 issue? Pick up a copy today for some fun pictures from the Make Art, Not Waste Bohemian Bash held July, 2014.
Did you see us on USA TODAY on-line we did a video for Martin Luther King Day. Videos were to tell about what you think King would be telling people today. Ours was
about the need for reduce, reuse, recycle for our generation.
Did you see us on
ABC 11?People creating birdhouses were filmed making them for the birdhouse competition at the NC State Arboretum.
We have been given two awards in the retail sector category of the Triangle Green Business Challenge. We are in the company of major corporations like IBM, so we not only talk the talk, but walk the walk!