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The Freecycle Network(TM) is made up of many individual groups across the globe. It's a grassroots movement of people who are giving and receiving stuff for free in their own towns. This site is for residents of the Stone County, Mississippi area and all potential members are expected to reside nearby. We do not allow proxy memberships as we've found that the local aspect of Freecycle works better for our members. The spirit of Freecycle is driven by GIVING. When individuals join it is expected that they will make a good faith effort to contribute to the group rather than immediately begin asking for items.

Stone County Freecycle promotes waste reduction and provides individuals and non-profits an electronic forum to recycle unwanted items.

FREECYCLE ETIQUETTE

1) NO ADVERTISING WITHOUT PERMISSION, NO POLITICS NO SPAM. One strike you're out.

2) SUBJECT LINE: Use these phrases only~

OFFER: old couch (location)

TAKEN: old couch { when your OFFER has been *physically* taken}

WANTED: old couch (location) **Only 3 items per WANTED post with 2 WANTED posts per 7 days. No WHYs or sob stories allowed! If you want something, just ask!

RECEIVED: old couch {when your WANTED has been received}

3) CAN WE USE FREECYCLE TO FIND NEW HOMES FOR PETS? Yes, keep it legal and be lovingly careful.

4) KEEP IT FREE, LEGAL AND APPROPRIATE FOR ALL AGES. NO TRADING, PLEASE.

5) FYI: RESPONSES GO ONLY TO OFFERER. It keeps down the sheer number of e-mails.

6) PICK UP: Arrange as you like, to whomever you choose, though you may want to give non-profits a 1st shot.

Group Information

  • 2
  • Mississippi
  • Jun 25, 2009
  • English

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  • This is a restricted group.
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