Winner 'Progress toward circularity' Award, Marie Claire Sustainability Awards 2023

Our community

Our 1600+ creative reuse members collect materials for free and turn them into new products. We distribute materials from two circular hubs in London that are supported by local authorities and our network of volunteers.

Find out more about becoming a creative reuse member, volunteering with us, getting inspired by projects, learning what you can make and much more in our community section.

The maker community can source materials for creative projects sustainably by collecting from Yodomo's growing network of circular hubs exploring textile circularity and learn about textile circularity at our workshops and events. 

We know that the maker community wants to reuse materials where possible. Our first distribution point was at Hackney City Farm which is still open on Sundays. Please sign up as a Creative Reuse Member before collecting materials. 

Yodomo Circular Hub at Hackney City Farm 

Our first hub launched in 2022 with support from London Borough of Hackney as part of the Hackney Creative Reuse Project.

The hub connects Hackney businesses, makers and communities, finding innovative solutions to creatively reuse pre-consumer waste and surplus materials. Premised on the logic of the circular economy, it now works to provide practical solutions to reusing waste while benefiting the creative community and local businesses of Hackney.

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Textile Reuse Hub at Hackney Wick 

Yodomo is managing a new Textile Reuse Hub as a demonstrator project for Hackney Wick & Fish Island Community Development Trust's ReRoute project in a new space provided by The Trampery HWFI. The textile reuse hub will build on our textiles circularity work at the Yodomo Circular Hub at Hackney City Farm and focus on solutions to reduce textile waste. It will also be the home of the Sustainable Young Makers programme working with partners Poplar HARCA and Rise Up. 

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Where next?

Yodomo Circular Hubs work through close collaboration between local authorities, local businesses, professional makers, community groups, budding makers and more. Contact us if you think a hub could work well in your area.

Interested in volunteering?

We need support with the sorting and redistribution of textiles and we're currently developing a volunteers scheme. If you're passionate about textile waste, circular economy and sustainability and want to volunteer then do please complete this short form and we will be in touch soon.