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Bloomsburg, PA (May
- AGAPE volunteer Mark Rusanowsky is a
wired, 21st Century techie who works
with technological garbage. You know,
those outdated computers and servers,
printers, keyboards, mice, DVD players,
cameras, and phones that we retire to
various kitchen drawers and yard sales.
And because he sees the value inside
each of those now useless items, he
wants you to give all that stuff to him.
Standing in an area filled with over two
dozen plastic bins and cardboard
containers, Mark describes a process
that starts with a staging area where
donations are first evaluated for
In August of 2011, Tabitha Swafford was looking for an agency where she could do community service volunteer hours through the Treatment Core Program of Columbia/Montour Counties. A friend suggested she contact AGAPE. She did and began volunteering right before the Hurricane Lee Flood. She fulfilled 924 hours of community service over eighteen months.