October 14, 2015. Alright NASA. New fiscal year, new commitment to save the world... one Freecycled item at a time! Ready? Let's go Freecycle@NASA right now!
Or, if you're new to Freecycle, you can take a quick tour or read the full set of instructions.
The Freecycle Network is an entirely nonprofit movement of people who are giving (and getting) stuff for free in their own towns. We thought if you can do this at home, why not do something similar in the office? Hence, Freecyle@NASA was born. In a nutshell, it's a way for all of us here at work to find new homes for office supplies that we no longer want or use. Simple, right?
Of course, you knew there had to be a few rules. So, here they are. But, we promise, they won't put you to sleep, so read on!
Hey, enough of this blither-blather, you're thinking. How do I sign up already?
Try It for Yourself
Let's go - take me to the listing of items! This is where the magic happens! Get your NDC credentials ready, login, and start Freecycling at NASA!
Have questions? Talk to us!
We're good people, or so we've been told. If you have a question about anything related to Freecycle@NASA, you can email, call, fax, walk over and see us, or even send a message by carrier pigeon. Okay, maybe not really for the last one. But, we're approachable, so approach us!
Freecycle@NASA Program Lead
Goddard Space Flight Center Environmental Team/Code 250
Ames Research Center
Armstrong Flight Research Center
Glenn Research Center
Goddard Space Flight Center
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Johnson Space Center
Kennedy Space Center
Langley Research Center
Marshall Space Flight Center
Stennis Space Center
Wallops Flight Facility
White Sands Test Facility
Stephanie Portillo / Alanna Mejia
575.524.5267 / 575.524.5444