Goodwill

Levi's, Goodwill Making It Easier to Donate Clothing This Holiday Season

Levi Strauss wants to make it easier for its customers to donate used clothing and shoes this holiday season. In collaboration with Give Back Box, the denim giant is supplying free…

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"Give Back Box" Turns Old Shipping Cartons Into Goodwill Donations

The Los Angeles startup Give Back Box has made donating goods to charity an absolute no-brainer. Already owning a successful fashion ecommerce site called StyleupGirl, entrepeuner…

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Levi's, SF 49ers Transform 12 Tons of Denim Into a "Field of Jeans"

GOOD SPORTS Creating the “Field of Jeans” was an ambitious endeavor. The entire process took 50 people more than 16 consecutive hours to complete. Collectively, the jeans…

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Fake Clothing Drop-off Bins Are Making a Profit From Your Donations

Generous clothing donors in New York City have been getting duped lately, mistakenly “donating” their gently used items into bins run by for-profit companies. The New York Times, as…

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Goodwill San Francisco Launches Tech-Enabled Textile-Recycling Bin

Goodwill of San Francisco has launched what it’s calling the world’s first tech-enabled textile-recycling bin. Designed to make donating clothes, shoes, household linens,…

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San Francisco Launches City-Wide Zero-Waste Textile Recycling Initiative

Photo by Shutterstock San Francisco is about to get even greener. Although the California city diverts about 80 percent of its waste from landfills, it still bins than 39 million pounds…

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New York City to Recycle Clothing, Shoes, Textiles Starting This Fall

Clothes unsalvageable even for the Salvation Army? This September, New York City will unveil one of the largest textile-recycling initiatives in the country. Its purpose: To make…

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Levi's Cares, A Tee That Melts Ice Caps, Peace Cotton

Photo by flickrohit Levi’s adds new care tags that directs denim wearers to wash their jeans in cold water, line dry when possible, and send them to Goodwill instead of trashing…

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