Looking for an easy way to clear out your wardrobe and help to raise vital funds for babies, children, adults and families living with complex heart conditions? You can donate your unwanted clothes to Red Sky Foundation!
Here at Red Sky, we believe in the power of community, compassion, and sustainability.
Our Textile Bin Collection initiative is one of the many ways we strive to make a positive impact on both people’s lives and the environment. By donating your unwanted clothing items to our charity, you’re not only decluttering your wardrobe but also contributing to raising vital funds for babies, children, adults and families living with complex heart conditions.
Our highly visible banks encourage the public to recycle their unwanted clothing, shoes, handbags, etc. and not add to overstretched landfill sites.
DO YOU KNOW HOW FAST YOUR CLOTHING BIODEGRADE?
Here are some examples showing how long some items will take to break down if left in the environment:
Cotton T-shirt – 6 months
Wool socks – 1-5 years
Leather shoes – 25-40 years
Nylon fabric – 30-40 years
Beyond the social benefits, donating clothes to Red Sky Foundation also plays a crucial role in environmental conservation. Textile waste is a significant contributor to landfills, where synthetic fibers can take hundreds of years to decompose, releasing harmful pollutants in the process. By choosing to donate your clothing items instead of discarding them, you’re extending their lifecycle, reducing waste, and minimizing the carbon footprint associated with textile production.
Don‘t throw away things that can be reused! By putting your clothing in one of our Textile Banks you will help raise vital funds for Red Sky Foundation.
Start Recycling Now!
Find your nearest Red Sky textile bin here:
Donating clothes to Red Sky Foundation is easy and convenient. Simply locate one of our designated textile bins in your community, drop off your gently used clothing items, and rest assured that your donation will be put to good use.
Benefits of donating clothes to Red Sky Foundation:
Clear Clutter, Make Space: Donating clothes allows you to declutter your home and make space for items that truly spark joy. It’s a win-win situation!
Support Red Sky Foundation: Your donations help us to raise vital funds for babies, children, adults and families by trading in your clothes for cash!
Promote Sustainable Practices: By donating clothes instead of disposing of them, you’re actively participating in sustainable consumption patterns.
Spread Kindness and Compassion: Every donation, no matter how big or small, sends a powerful message of kindness and compassion.
Promoting Social Responsibility: Supporting organizations like Red Sky Foundation fosters a culture of social responsibility and philanthropy within society.
Personal Fulfillment: Lastly, donating clothes can provide a sense of personal fulfillment and satisfaction, knowing that you’re making a positive impact on the lives of others.
Can you host a bank for Red Sky?
Thank you for considering Red Sky Foundation as your charity of choice for textile donations. Together, we can make a difference, one garment at a time. Join us in building a brighter, more compassionate future for all.
If you feel you have the perfect location and space for one of our textile banks, please contact us by completing the form below:
The money raised by this campaign will help to support babies, children and adults, who are born with or develop heart conditions and are in need of cardiac care.
Whether it’s funding state-of-the-art equipment for our NHS or placing defibrillators and providing training to help save lives, Red Sky Foundation are making a positive impact near you.
We accept range of clothing and household items as long as they’re in a good, wearable condition. You can donate:
and household electrical items which are in good working order.
Donated clothes are sorted and graded in a warehouse. Based on clothes quality, they are shipped to other countries. Some are sold to local organisations.
That’s how funds for our charity are generated.
No large furniture items or mattresses. Also, anything that is broken or faulty, including clothing.