UntitledWinona State University will sponsor the sustainability initiative “Don’t Dump – Donate!” through May 10 on and off campus.

WSU’s Residence Housing Association will provide boxes in each campus residence hall and Kryzsko Commons to encourage students to donate gently used items as they pack up for the summer. Unwanted items will be donated to local Winona charities. Off-campus students are also encouraged to donate.

Items being collected include: Non-perishable food; plates and dishes; toiletries; blankets, sheets and pillows; clothes; electronics; lamps; desks; and office supplies.

Students living off campus are also encouraged to donate new or gently used items. Multiple organizations in Winona will have donation sites during the last few weeks of the school year.

Organizations and items being collected include:

Big Brothers, Big Sisters of the 7 Rivers Region, 51 E. 4th St. Suite 401
Sporting equipment, games (board, card, etc.), arts & crafts supplies, movies (G to PG-13)

Ready, Set, School, 317 Market St.
New school supplies, backpacks and gently used office/school supplies, paper, etc.

Winona Habitat for Humanity ReStore: 77 Laird St.
Appliances, building materials, furniture, framed mirrors, tools, etc.

Winona Area Humane Society: 1112 E Broadway St.
Cleaning supplies, Ziploc freezer bags (gallon size), copier/photo paper, printer cartridges

Winona Volunteer Services: 402 E 2nd St.
Clean, new or gently worn clothing (all seasons) and food items
http://www.winonavs.org/donate/clothing   or http://www.winonavs.org/donate/food

Grace Place Store: 66 East 2nd St.
Clothing, furniture, appliances, furnishings, art, tools, crafts, etc.

For more information contact Jonathan Hetzel at JHetzel@winona.edu.

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