Don’t we all have old clothes that we never wear? Clothes that don’t seem to fit us anymore?
If you’re anything like me you’d probably answer ‘yes’ to both questions. In fact, I’m quite sure that a good portion of your closets would be filled with clothes you either can’t or just don’t wear.
If these clothes are still in a good condition, you could consider donating them to those in need. As such there are plenty of NGOs and SEs that would gladly accept your used clothes and donate them to the ones that need it the most.
We came up with a very short list of NGOs and SEs that you could consider donating all of your old clothes to.
- Community Recycle for Charity (CRC)
- Salvation Army Malaysia
- Kedai Jalanan UM
- Jumble Station
- Bless Shop
- Mostwell Sdn Bhd
- Kechara Soup Kitchen
- Life Line Clothing Malaysia Sdn Bhd
Let’s us describe more about one of the top NGO, as below.
Community Recycle for Charity (CRC)
Community Recycle for Charity (CRC) aims to serve the underprivileged community through environmentally friendly methods.
As their name suggests, CRC accepts unwanted or unused recyclable items to help those in need. Items either go to charity homes or are sold at marked down prices.
In some cases, clothes are given out freely to those in dire need.
With the money collected from selling donated items, it goes back into funding charity homes and school projects.
CRC incorporates the 3R’s (Recycle, Reuse, Reduce) into their actions to protect the environment and help the underprivileged. Not only can you donate clothes, but furniture is welcomed too.
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