Any Good To You
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|Motto||Finding new homes for things too good to throw away.|
|Formation||1 September 2009|
|Headquarters||Sheffield, United Kingdom|
Any Good to You often shortened to AGTY, is an organisation founded in the UK that aims to reduce landfill by encouraging people to give away items they no longer need but which are too good to throw away. It has similar goals to Freecycle and Freegle.
AGTY was formed in September 2009 after the lead developers became frustrated with limitations of their local Freecycle group. This was at a similar time many of the UK Freecycle groups decided to break away from its US roots following disagreements and dismissal of long standing UK moderators.
- "AGTY - About Us". AnyGoodToYou.com. Retrieved 8 Feb 2011.
- Glaskin, Max (10 September 2009). "UK Freecycle moderators break away from US network". The Guardian. London: Guardian Media Group.
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