How to Donate

Why Donate?

Rrenew operates as a not for profit organization. We apply for grants, hold fundraisers and rely on the donations of others to continue our work here in Appalachia. Our expenses include housing and feeding volunteers, printing and other materials for events and campaigns, and sustainability demonstration materials. We live and operate frugally, but we do have expenses, and your supportensures the continuing viability of the collective.

How to Donate

If you want to financially support RRENEW, you can donate online via PayPal with the button below, or by writing a check to our fiscal sponsor, The Action Center, Inc., with a note that the donation is to be used for the Rrenew Collective or the Henry St. Volunteer House. Your donations are tax deductible, and if you have any questions about details of tax exempt donations or other donation related questions, do not hesitate to contact us at or 276-565-2073.

Wish List

  • Weed Eater
  • Dehumidifier
  • Shop Vac
  • High Quality Water Filter
  • Circular Saw
  • Double-paned Windows
  • Insulation Batts
  • Weather Stripping
  • Insulation Foam
  • Tile for Bathroom Floor (5X4′ floorspace)
  • Tarps
  • Food Grade Buckets
  • 2 Deadbolt Lock Kits
  • Seeds and plants for gardening
  • Garden tools (hoe, trowel, drip hoses, wheel barrow,  frost cloth)
  • Folding table
  • Lumber – 2×4’s, plywood, etc.
  • 55 gallon barrels
  • Projector

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RReNEW Photos

			Rrenew Collective posted a photo:	Taking some visitors up to see the destruction of the Appalachian Mountains			Rrenew Collective posted a photo:	OUr brand new, freshly installed woodstove.			Rrenew Collective posted a photo:	Kristen introducing a few board members of Southern Appalachian Mountain Stewards at the Weekend in Wise			Rrenew Collective posted a photo:	Sitting on top of Black Mountain, looking out over Ison Rock Ridge, 9 Mile Spur, the town of Appalachia, and Stone Mountain there in the distance. That is Looney Ridge in the fore ground, topless, eroding, in the process of a slow decapitation