We work with, in, and for the community to reduce waste and build a more vibrant and sustainable local economy. We collect and sell reusable materials, channel materials to those in need, provide meaningful work opportunities, and educate & inspire to promote a sustainable future.
We envision a just and vibrant world built on the principles of sustainability where the potential of people, community, and materials is realized.
At Home ReSource, we are learning to be an anti-racist organization. It is not a straightforward path: we know our anti-racist words and actions fall short and that we stumble along the way. But we know that we must continue to move forward. We recognize this work as urgent now, and also as work that must be steady and ongoing.
Home ReSource is on the land of the Ktunaxa and Salish tribes, and this land was also used by the Kalispel, Nez Perce and Shoshone-Bannock first peoples, among many other tribes who frequented this valley. We acknowledge that this land was taken from Indigenous tribes by forced removal, war, genocide, broken treaties and other forms of violence and deception. Read full land acknowledgment here >>