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Recycled Arts Festival welcomes a few non-profit organizations with a mission aligned to ours to participate in the festival each year. You can learn more about how these organizations are working to improve our community by visiting their websites or visiting their booth at the festival. If you are a non-profit interested in being at the festival, join our Vendor Mailing List, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions.

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Furry Friends

Furry Friends

Furry Friends' Mission is to help homeless, neglected, or abused cats by providing: medical care until the cats are re-homed; spaying and neutering; providing safe, healthy, and socialized environments for the cats in their care; educating the community in responsible pet ownership and care. Furry Friends will be offering discounted microchipping for cats and dogs at their booth at the Recycled Arts Festival; learn more on their website. Furry Friends says, "Recycled cats are priceless, so let's make our planet more purrfect and adopt a recycled cat today!"
Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Habitat for Humanity ReStore

The Clark County Habitat for Humanity ReStore is a thrift store that sells building materials and supplies, as well as furniture and household goods, to benefit local Habitat for Humanity projects. Donations to and sales from ReStore are helping to keep thousands of pounds of usable goods out of the landfill every year!
Master Gardeners

Master Gardeners

The WSU Extension Master Gardener program trains volunteers to be effective community educators in gardening and environmental stewardship. Master Gardeners provide education and information about sustainable garden/landscape management, water conservation, water quality protection, invasive species control, and healthy living through gardening via outreach at community events, workshops, their Answer Clinic, demonstration gardens, and special projects.
Must Love Dogs NW

Must Love Dogs NW

Must Love Dogs NW strives to educate the public on responsible dog ownership, behavior modification, and training assistance. They work to re-home dogs that are abused, neglected, homeless, or about to be homeless and those in shelter settings. They provide spay/neuter and microchip assistance to animals in need. We like to think of "re-homing" the dogs as "re-using" them!
Slow Food Southwest Washington

Slow Food Southwest Washington

The mission of Slow Food Southwest Washington is to inspire people to enjoy, grow, and share wholesome local food. They work towards a vision of a community that eats food that's good for them, good for growers, and good for the planet. Their work includes programs that: engage neighbors in the creation, maintenance, and harvest of edible landscapes that are accessible to everyone; build a market demand by providing resources and tools to make informed choices on how to find and purchase seasonal and locally grown, raised, or harvested foods.
ReTails

ReTails

ReTails is more than just a store - it's a destination where you'll find live music and adoption events among great deals on clothing, books, furniture, home-goods, pet supplies, and more! Winner of the Best of Clark County Best Thrift Store award two years in a row, ReTails takes all of the items from the Tossed and Found display at the Recycled Arts Festival to their retail location, where sales benefit the programs and services of the Humane Society for Southwest Washington.
City of Vancouver Urban Forestry

City of Vancouver Urban Forestry

Vancouver's Urban Forestry Program aims to maximize the aesthetic, environmental, and economic benefits that trees provide to city residents and visitors by preserving, managing, and enhancing existing trees and other vegetation and promoting the reforestation of the urban area, through an active, integrated program with community support and participation.
E-Cycle Washington

E-Cycle Washington

E-Cycle Washington is a free program that makes it easy for Washington residents to recycle their broken, obsolete, or worn-out electronics. Electronic products can contain valuable materials that should be recycled and toxic chemicals that should be kept out of the landfill.
Stream Team

Stream Team

Clark Public Utilities' Stream Team works to restore salmon habitat and enhance water quality in the Salmon Creek, Burnt Bridge Creek, and the East Fork Lewis River watersheds, while increasing community awareness of watershed health. Stream Team volunteers plant trees and remove invasive species, and litter, at events hosted throughout the year.
Oregon Electric Vehicle Association

Oregon Electric Vehicle Association

The Oregon Electric Vehicle Association is a non-profit association of electric vehicle enthusiasts. They promote electric vehicle education and encourage their safe construction and use. Check out the converted-to-electric vehicles they will have on display at the Recycled Arts Festival to learn more!
Friends of Trees

Friends of Trees

Friends of Trees improves the urban tree canopy and restores sensitive natural areas through programs delivered by volunteers, including neighborhood tree plantings, green space plantings, and tree care and maintenance programs. For 16 years Friends of Trees has been planting the right trees, the right way, for Vancouver residents in partnership with the City of Vancouver. Currently more than 500 trees are planted every year here, thanks to the help of hundreds of community volunteers.