I’m the worst in the world for hanging onto old clothes and underwear. Before I move back into my newly renovated house I need to get to grips again with my ongoing recycling issues. Collections of odd socks are my speciality so great to hear that the charity Uplift likes to find new homes for these too. Thanks to the blog Oz Fair trade for this article.
We women naturally go through life with many bras. Sometimes old favourites become unsuitable as our bodies change. What to do with the old bras that are still pretty good? Surely they don’t deserve to be buried yet? I had the same question a while ago, and found Uplift Project, a global charity that collects old bras, swimmers, new underpants and fabric nappies from people like you and me, and sends them off to disadvantaged communities around the world, including indigenous communities in Australia.
Often the bra received through Uplift will be the only bra that woman owns.
Donating a bra is easy. There is a list of drop off points on their website, which could be a business address or a private residency.
On top of handout bras to much needed communities, Uplift also runs other initiatives as they see fit for the organisations they work with. For…
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