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i am reusable

YORK

Be part of the solution, not the problem!

Run by John and Julia, i am reusable sell reusable, everyday items to help reduce the amount of single-use waste in the environment. They champion making small changes to how we live our lives to drastically reduce the amount of single-use waste that ends up in landfills. From their fantastic UK-wide BYO scheme, to selling alternatives to coffee cups, plastic bags and even pizza boxes.

In addition to their fantastic environmental work and campaigning, i am reuseable have also been running a community foodbank in York since March 2020. This food bank feeds 100 people every day of the week. A vital service, delivered with love, to those who need it most. John has also, over the past 14 years, continually supported and provided food for vulnerable families, people who are homeless and Big Issue North vendors. 

Products/Services: Reusable coffee cups, bags, sporks and so much more!

Favourite Charity: Big Issue North, Kitchen For Everyone and Carecent

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i am reusable
45 Aldborough Way
York
YO26 4UX

Support Your Local Community!

i am reusable Champion Local Giving!

You can easily support your local community by donating needed items via Give Today. Click the donate button to find a charity near you and to directly donate exactly what they need right now.

Why i am reuseable Support Their Community

John and Julia started i am reusable in XXXX. They were nominated to be a Local Champion by Big Issue North, for their support of their local magazine vendors. Give Today caught up with John McGall to chat all things environment, and why he supports his local community. 

Thanks for chatting with us John. Maybe you could start by telling us about why you started I am reusable?

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What small changes can someone make in their life to make a big impact on their single-use waste?

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John, I saw on your instagram that you first started supporting the vulnerable in your community 14 years ago! How did that come about, and what prompted you to start?

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You were nominated as a Local Champion by Big Issue North, for your support of their vendors. 

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Different Website - Same Concept!

The Hope Revolution CIC has undergone a rebranding for their donation shops, and you have been automatically re-routed to the new location. 

The items you purchase here are still those needed by your favourite local organisations, and will still be sent directly to them!