The Community Forklift raffle has ended. Thank you to everyone who participated!

Community Forklift works hard to divert usable materials from the landfill and redistribute them to the community. Our reuse nonprofit supports a circular economy while disrupting our current norm of disposal and throwaway culture. In many ways, reuse is a vital part of the waste and recycling system as it reduces environmental and climate impacts and benefits local communities.


Winners: please pick up your prize here at the reuse warehouse by Friday, December 1, 2023. We appreciate everyone’s support!

Item 1: Community Forklift gift card and tour – Luis Maradiaga

Item 2: Case of Denizens beer and kegerator – Sarah Rogstad

Item 3: Vigilante coffee and gift card – Rex Robison

Item 4: Framburg ‘Boulevard’ Chandelier – Karen Ryan

Item 5: Antique Mantel Clock – Megan Morse

Item 6: Community Forklift gift card and shirt – Zac Peters

Item 7: Denchfield gift card and garden pot – Peter Phelan

Item 8: Little Free Library (Ivory White) – Emily Olesh

Item 9: Little Free Library (Forest Green) – Penney Thompson

Item 10: Sangfroid Whiskey and decanter – Archie Williams

Thank you to Denizens Brewing Co, Denchfield Nursery, Sangfroid Distilling, and Vigilante Coffee for supporting the Community Forklift raffle with prize donations. Thank you also to Community Forklift supporter Walter Mulbry, who built and donated two Little Free Libraries for this year’s raffle. Read our blog to learn more about some of the Little Free Libraries Walter has built in our area!

Every time you donate or shop at Community Forklift, you’re helping us lift up local communities through reuse.  We turn the construction waste stream into a resource stream for communities in the DC region – by keeping perfectly good items out of the landfill, preserving historical materials, providing low-cost building supplies, and creating local green jobs.