We are gratefully accepting working, gently-used thing donations for the London Thing Library.
We want to curate a good selection of items to make this library useful to the community. We appreciate your help to build up a high-quality inventory.
All things donated should be in good condition, functional, and include all parts. Manuals are appreciated (where applicable), but we understand if they are not available.
Our space is very limited, so we are grateful for your help in providing quality tools and your understanding that we cannot take every tool offered, and we reserve the right to turn away, redistribute or sell tools we cannot use, easily service/repair, or have space to store.
We thank you for following the process and below and not just showing up at Reimagine with items to drop off.
Click below to see our containing all the things that we are currently seeking for our Thing Library:
If you have an item on our wishlist that you would like to donate:
- Thank you!
- Please fill out the donation form below and we will be in touch.
If an item is not on our wishlist but you think it would be something we could use, please complete the donation form and we will reach out if we confirm that we have the space and need for it. Thank you very much!
Thing Donation Form
If you have something that you would like to donate, please fill out the form at the bottom of the page and we will contact you with further instructions. Thank you!
If you would like to make a donation to fund the launch of the Thing Library, please send an e-transfer to email@example.com or email us for more payment options. We are grateful for any support that you feel inclined to offer. Thank you.
Volunteers are the beating heart of our Thing Library. We believe there is power in sharing and that together we can build more while wasting less. If you do too, we would love to have you join the team!
Volunteer roles include Tool Librarian, Tool Doctor, Communications and Donations Support. See the volunteer page for more information about the roles and how to apply.
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