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Reuse, Repurpose, Recycle

Who Are We?

Companies to Classrooms, Duluth is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization dedicated to supporting teachers and their students. We operate a store stocked with excess supplies and furniture donated by local businesses and individuals. Educators may "shop" in our store once each month without incurring a single charge.

Donate your excess office supplies or purchase supplies to donate to us.  Pens, pencils, paper, markers, chairs...
View a full list of supplies we accept. Please do not leave donations outside our door; we are closed in the summer. Watch our Facebook page for donation dates or send us an email to arrange a donation time.

Companies to Classrooms, Duluth has provided more than $130,000 in supplies to area teachers since its inception in August 2012.



    •215 North 1st Avenue East (Historic Old Central High School)  Enter on Third Street between Lake Avenue and First Avenue East
    •2:30-5:30 p.m
    •Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday; closings and holidays follow the Duluth Public School yearly calendar
    •218.336.8700, ext. 1180


    Who Can Shop Here?

    We currently welcome educators in the following districts: Barnum, Carlton, Cloquet, Culver, Duluth, Esko, Hermantown, Northwestern Wisconsin, Proctor, Solon Springs, Superior, Two Harbors and Wrenshall.  This includes public and private schools, pre-schools, and home-school educators.



    We need volunteers to help us acquire product, maintain inventory, stock the shelves, help teachers shop and much more!  Sign up with a friend!


    Spread the Word

    Tell others what we do!  Download a poster and display it in your school’s teacher lounge.  Connect with us on Facebook from this page!


    April Contest Winners

    Kara Graves Proctor School District

    Paula Wolfe Culver School District


    May Contest Winners

    Tammy Thornton Esko School District

    Julie Larson Summit School Duluth


All donations -- financial and supplies -- welcome!

Your tax-free donation will help put free school supplies into the hands of students in the greater Duluth-Superior area.