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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.



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    Location/Hours/Contact

    •215 North 1st Avenue East (Historic Old Central High School)  Enter on Third Street between Lake Avenue and First Avenue East
    •3-6 p.m
    •Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
    •218.336.8700, ext. 1180
    •c2cduluth@gmail.com

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    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 K-12 teachers in public, private, charter and parochial schools.

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    Volunteer

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

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    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!

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    Mark Your Calendar

    Companies to Classrooms, Duluth will open Saturday September 8 for special shopping hours.  Mark your calendar for 9 a.m. – noon to shop, shop, shop!

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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.