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The GRRO Solution Information Packet

GRRO Has Helped Educational Institutions Such as These to Repurpose Over 20,000 Tons of Surplus Supplies to Organizations Throughout the World.


Middlebury College
Virginia Commonwealth University
Georgetown University
Framingham State University
George Washington University
Towson University
Umass Lowell
Stanford University
Merrimack College
Boston College
Umass Amherst
Brown University

K-12 Schools

Winthrop Public Schools
North Pennsylvania Public Schools
Brookline Public Schools
Woodland Elementary School
Lynn Elementary School
Gloucester Elementary School

GRRO Recipients

Spanish Town, Jamaica
Port Au Prince, Haiti
San Salvador, El Salvador
San Pedro, Honduras
Mexico, Guatemala
MA Coalition for the Homeless
Habitat for Humanity (MA, PA, VA)
LifeBridge Women Shelters Salvation Army


GRRO’s Disaster Relief Program Helps Communities in Crisis

Our Disaster Relief program is designed to connect educational institutions and hospitals with populations in need. We help you to efficiently and responsibly dispose of surplus, while providing vital supplies to victims of domestic and international hurricanes, floods, fires, and other natural disasters. GRRO’s recent work with International Relief/Charitable Organizations to provide Bedding, school supplies, class room furniture, dorm furniture to people in Honduras, Jamaica and Haiti was fiscally beneficial, and immensely rewarding to all involved. Contact us to find out how GRRO Disaster Relief can benefit your organization.

Over the years George Washington University has been one of our top clients. They consistently utilize GRRO’s expertise to recycle, reuse and repurpose surplus items into meaningful assets for financially disadvantage schools abroad.
Randy Davekos

President, Wakefield Companies/GRRO

GRRO Connects Organizations Across the Globe

GRRO has developed an extensive network of U.S. based and international partners in order to help get your surplus items off of your hands in an efficient, cost-effective, philanthropic manner. Projects include pre-renovation FF&E clean outs, furniture replacement clean outs, small truck-load pickups, “live load” containers/trailers, storage trailers or warehouse storage, and more.

  • Domestic Relief Agencies
  • International Relief Agencies
  • Local Non-Profit Agencies
  • Durable Goods Liquidators
  • Remanufacturers/Resellers
  • Furniture Manufacturers (FF&E)
  • Internal Redeployment
  • Certified recycling markets for the remainder of 100% of each project’s surplus.

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