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caoil
« on: May 28, 2011 09:57:41 AM »

Hey all;
I have a large bag of fabric scraps that I am looking to donate to ... some kind of organization that could use them?  I thought there was a place in East Van that took donations of crafty materials and then people could just go in and make things for no charge?  Maybe there used to be, and it doesn't exist anymore?  Does anyone have any other suggestions for where I could take it?  I don't think there's any point giving it to a school at this point in the year, as things are winding down.
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