After the oil & gas industry, the fashion industry is the second biggest pollutant in the world. The clothes that we wear have an environmental impact. Let’s take responsibility for moving towards this ongoing situation because future generations depend on us.
1. By donating your used clothes, you can help fight landfill, reduce the demand for new clothes, and have a real impact on making fashion more sustainable.
In the United Kingdom alone, an estimated 300,000 tonnes of clothing is thrown away every year by households, with the largest percentage being landfilled.
By donating your clothes, you can help fight landfills, reduce the demand for new clothes, and have a real impact on making fashion more sustainable.
2. Donate your unwanted clothes to families in need, and let your clothes be loved all over again.
Have you ever thought, as a child, how often did you change your clothes as you grew up fast? Now, think about how many families are in need, and their children don’t have clothes or shoes to go to school. Donate your unwanted clothes to families in need, and let your clothes be loved all over again. Share happiness and love to people who need your support.
Remember how many times you said, “I don’t have anything to wear.” This, of course, wasn’t because you didn’t have any clothes in your closet. Sometimes it was because you wanted to wear something new. However, this means that you may have lost track of what’s in your closet. Now It’s time to rediscover hidden gems – and declutter your wardrobe.
The Borw Team