The Clothes to Good social enterprise recycles used and new clothing as a means of creating micro-business (MB) opportunities for Mothers of children with disabilities, employment, and job Life Skills and Supported Employment training for this often vulnerable community. Clothes to Good addresses these needs by providing economic opportunities for people living in low-income communities, with a particular focus on people with disabilities and their families.
The programmes have been structured to support Early Childhood Development (ECD) including those children living with disabilities, improving the mobility for children living with disabilities, environment awareness, or support of your existing outreach initiative. The programmes create awareness to the challenges faced by people with disabilities, environment awareness and show how recycling of clothes can create jobs for the unemployed (including people living with disabilities), create micro-business, and raise funds to do good.
We recycle gently used clothes through our recycling programmes. These are supported via a 30 day recycling programme. Chose a programme that matches your heart and fits your organization's needs.
Clothes that are not ready to reuse are repaired and reused, or upcycled in Early Childhood Development (ECD) toys for low resourced creches. It is delivered to creches via our 123ECD service and supported via OnRoute 123ECD platform with how to videos and online support.
Through our OnRoute Life Skills & Supported Employment service, People with Disabilities are trained and positioned into meaningful work across the Clothes to Good and at collaboration partner businesses. This service is available to the person with the disability, mother, mentor and therapist.
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