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“TFS was started in 1994 to address a growing need to find a way to reuse and recycle unwanted household items. The work of the scheme has directly placed resources into the homes of some of the most excluded members of our community, ensuring these people can begin to build an independent life and home without increasing debt.

TFS still works to relieve poverty and eliminate discrimination, but this is much wider than the original remit of providing low cost household equipment and protecting the environment (through the 3Rs – reduce, recycle and reuse). TFS now provides volunteer, training and employment opportunities; and manages community centres as part of creating sustainable communities.”

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