Clothes to Good (CTG) is a textile recycling and disability empowerment organisation. We find great joy in empowering people through what others categorise as “waste”.
Through recycling we are able to:
Our ever-changing world requires an adaptive mindset with a strong foundation, grounded by the Nine Universal Human Values: Patience, Commitment to Excellence, Forgiveness, Truth, Righteous Conduct, Love, Peace, Non-violence, and Service.
Sourcing post-consumer clothing and fashion accessories and other textile waste from schools, corporate volunteerism programmes and H&M stores nationally.
Our Micro-Business programme empowers women and mothers of children with disabilities to become successful entrepreneurs in their own communities by selling recycled, preloved clothes, fashion accessories and other textiles.
Empowering people through skills development and employment opportunities. We believe in the potential of people! Watch the H&M enclave video and see how it is done.
Make a difference & donate your clothes pre-loved clothes, shoes and other textiles!
Donate your used and pre-loved clothes, shoes, bedding and other textiles and make a difference today! Drop off at the Clothes to Good facility or any H&M store nationwide, they will get it to us!
Get your school to run a recycling programme and generate funds for an outreach project. You can generate funds to plant Spekbooms, help a child to get a wheelchair, get much needed resources to low-resourced early childhood development centres or choose your own project to change some lives
Get your colleagues to recycle their pre-loved items and generate funds for an outreach project.
We can also help with de-branding, upcycling and destroying your unwanted uniforms and;
Skills development and placement of people with disabilities
If you are in the GP region and unable to drop off your pre-loved items at H&M, contact us to arrange a collection
Get in touch to discuss volunteer opportunities at Clothes to Good.
Clothes to Good (CTG) is a hybrid social enterprise, combining Clothes to Cash Exchange Pty Ltd (C2CX), which buys and sells used and new clothing (i.e. textile recycling), and Lifelink 24/7 Cares (098-544-NPO) which trains and creates inclusive employment (i.e. including people with disabilities) across the value cycle.