JM: This is a great idea that is going direct to the people in need. Donating your clothes to a clothes bank charity does not necessarily mean your clothes will reach the poor who are in need. In fact, when you donate your clothes to a charity, it is usually the trading arm of the charity that collects your clothes and then grades them, bundles them, sells them to second-hand clothes sellers in Eastern Europe or Asia. some are sold in charity shops. Then after all the running costs of the shops and factories, any profits left-over are paid to the parent charity.
This idea is a much better way of making sure your clothes go to those in need.
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