Cartridge World 5268 Nicholson Ln, Kensington, MD20895 Cartridge World specializes in recycled and remanufactured ink cartridges for printers, fax machines and copiers.…More Customers can buy refurbished cartridges or bring used cartridges to be refilled.
Allyn Custom Woodworks 10421 Metropolitan Ave, Kensington, MD20895 Don't be mistaken by the Orthotic Mobility Systems sign. Tucked inside is a very talented group of craftsmen who have…More been remodeling with wood since 1990. From kitchens to bathrooms to bookcases, Allyn Custom Woodworks creates customized products. Many are as green as possible, including formaldehyde-free materials and recycled products. Wood reclamation specialists give the wood new life by milling it, and the photos on the website show the quality of the woodworks.
Warner Memorial Presbyterian Church is a friendly community that offers much more than worship services. From…More friendship club, to a learning center for young children, to a club for seniors, this church has something for everyone.
When you walk in the entrance, there is a barrel that reads, "For I was hungry," where members can donate canned goods. The church also accepts eye glasses for donation and ink and toner for recycling.
Warner Memorial Presbyterian Church participates in the Meals on Wheels program. Members can also submit "news from the pews" and "prayer requests" to be used during mass and in the bulletin.
The Prevention of Blindness Antique Shop is located on Antique Row. The shop raises money for prevention for macular…More degeneration under the Prevention of Blindness Society of Metropolitan Washington. Donations are accepted and are tax deductible.
When walking into the well-filled, house-like building, visitors are greeted by manager Barbara Galitzin or volunteers. The antique shop offers furniture from the 1700s - 1960s (and sometimes newer); clothing including shirts, slacks and scarves; photographs; artwork and old postcards; porcelain China and glasses; books and other collectibles.
In addition to selling items, the shop also accepts glasses and frames to recycle. Last year the Prevention of Blindness Antique Shop collected 30,000 pairs.