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  • Usful Glassworks tells its story

    In this video, Usful Glassworks tells its story. The nonprofit turns used glass bottles into new products, including drinking glasses and pitchers that can be found in restaurants around the Treasure Valley. It provides job training and experience to people who are underemployed, such as refugees, low-income seniors, homeless individuals and at-risk youth.

In this video, Usful Glassworks tells its story. The nonprofit turns used glass bottles into new products, including drinking glasses and pitchers that can be found in restaurants around the Treasure Valley. It provides job training and experience to people who are underemployed, such as refugees, low-income seniors, homeless individuals and at-risk youth. Provided by Usful Glassworks
In this video, Usful Glassworks tells its story. The nonprofit turns used glass bottles into new products, including drinking glasses and pitchers that can be found in restaurants around the Treasure Valley. It provides job training and experience to people who are underemployed, such as refugees, low-income seniors, homeless individuals and at-risk youth. Provided by Usful Glassworks

Usful Glassworks needs $250K of donations this week to stay alive

April 25, 2017 4:57 PM