Reducing Waste in an Equitable Space
The Dickinson Free xChange aims to 1) reduce waste and promote reuse, 2) provide a safe and equitable space for the exchange of second-hand clothing on campus that is accessible to every Dickinsonian and 3) create awareness of the social, economic, and environmental impacts of the global fashion industry.
Allison Hall, Room 1 (lowest level near community room)
How it Works:
Free xChange is open to all students, faculty and staff. Dickinsonians are welcome to leave items in the provided donation box or take items from the Free xChange closets at any time.
Free xChange accepts clean and dry clothing of all sizes and styles including:
- Tops: Shirts, sweaters, and suits
- Bottoms: Pants, shorts, skirts, and dresses
- Accessories: Jackets, scarves, belts, and gloves
Free xChange does NOT accept:
- Appliances, electronics, and household items
- Hats, shoes, and undergarments
Open Free xChange events and educational programs provide opportunities to engage the broader campus in a culture of reuse and sustainability. Ultimately, Free xChange volunteers want to provide knowledge and resources to encourage members of the campus community to change their behavior to become more mindful consumers. It’s important to note that nothing will be sold, wasted, or landfilled in this program. Excess items will be donated to the United Way of Carlisle and Cumberland County in partnership with the U-Turn Green Move Out Program. Dickinson Free xChange is managed by the Center for Sustainability Education, but is strongly supported by volunteers. Get involved today. Everyone is welcomed to participate in Free xChange and accessibility is critical to our mission.
Allison Hall Room # 1 (24/7 card accessible)
Cody Rosenbarker, Sustainability Learning Coordinator
Center for Sustainability Education