PASS IT ON WEEK
Date for your diaries *** Pass it on Week 2017 will be 11-19 March***. More information to follow.
Remember re-use should be happening all year round, not just during pass it on week, so please keep encouraging people to keep things in use for as long as possible by passing on, swapping, sharing, upcycling or donating things, whilst thinking of something special you can do for Pass it on Week. The resources below are all available to be used at any time and you can register events on our website.
There are loads of resources here to support anyone to put on a event. Don't forget to register any activity on our events listing as we'll be directing everyone to come and see what's going on in their area.
You might find the following useful to help inspire you ...
How to guides; We have a range of guides to help you organise aa , , or
Posters and web banners; We also have a great range of posters, web banners and email footers to help you promote your events.
There are loads of easy ways to pass things on – call the Re-use Line, donate to a Revolve accredited store, find a local re-use organisation through CRNS, donate to a charity shop, find your local bring sites or pass something on to friends, family or colleagues. If you're organising an event, add it to our events section - or look for an event you can attend.
We held some workshops in September 2015 to give people ideas for Pass it on Week 2016. A number of organisations presented on their great events they ran in 2015. You can see them here;
- New Start Highland.pdf
- Glasgow Bike Station.pdf
- Falkland Centre for Stewardship.pdf
- Heriot Watt University.pdf
- Robert Gordon University.pdf
We've created some Vines (6 second videos) highlighting some of the things you can do during Pass it on Week (or anytime really). Please use them to inspire you, or share them on your social media to inspire others. They include how to hold a book swap, how to hold a swish (clothes swap), how to do a wardrobe audit (one of the recommendations from Love Your Clothes) and how to donate to the Re-use Line.