Resource Sharing

(Why do we care about resource sharing?)

Allegheny Land Trust
Assemble Gallery
Bayardstown Social Club
Beatty Bike Cooperative
The Beauty Shoppe
Black Unicorn Library & Archives
The Brewhouse Association
Bruno Works
BUNKER Projects
Burgh Bees
Carnegie Library
Center for Victims Community & Mediation Services
City of Asylum
Construction Junction
Creative Labor Exchange
Free Store 15104
Garden Resource Center
Garfield Land Trust
Habitat for Humanity ReStore
Hack Pittsburgh
The Hardware Store
Hidden Harvest
Pennsylvania Public Bank Project
Pittsburgh Canning Exchange
Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse
Pittsburgh Chamber of Cooperatives
Pittsburgh Filmmakers Equipment Office
Pittsburgh Garden Experiment
Polish Hill Box Truck Free Store parking lot at 3577 Bigelow Blvd
Revv Oakland
Saxifrage School
Seed & Story Library
Three Rivers Timebank
Thomas Merton Center
Three Rivers Free Clinic for the People
Transition Pittsburgh
Wilkinsburg Free Store
Who’s Your Brother
While these organizations are not cooperatives or collectives, they work to encourage more equitable distribution of resources and knowledge. Many of them enable us to share space or tools that would otherwise be inaccessible without spending more on unnecessary individual ownership. Others keep valuable materials from being wasted and help them to find new homes.