At Spreadshirt, we’ve introduced sustainable measures to improve our ecological footprint by putting our returns to good use: Instead of throwing away items as good as new, we find a meaningful purpose for T-shirts, hoodies, caps, and more.
On average, one to two boxes of clothing per week finds their way to youth centres, schools, sports clubs, children's aid services, rooming houses and aid agencies in Germany and Europe. Perfectly new returned goods that we are not allowed to donate due to legal regulations (e.g. with company logos or personal imprint) get a second life with us: We hand them over to a recycling company that processes them into insulation wool and cleaning cloths.
We look forward to making new contacts in our network! We also welcome creative ideas and listen to inspiring stories. Feel free to send us an email about your project to: email@example.com
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Homeless charity Streetwork suedpol
Youth club Jugendhaus Leipzig e. V.
Red Cross Croix Rouge
Municipal Public Library Miejska Biblioteka Publiczna w Kielcach
Emergency relief for listed dog Listenhunde Nothilfe e. V.
Erklärung „Listenhunde“: pedigree dogs classified as dangerous or potentially dangerous, whose ownership is covered by special legislation in Germany and Switzerland.
Privately organised help for homeless people and their animals Helferherz Flensburg
Charity event for cancer aid Uckermark gegen Leukämie e. V.
Bad Freienwalde, Germany
Educational institution inab – vocational promotion and training center
Football Club Kronsdorfer Fußballverein von 1931 e. V.
Homeless charity Protection Civile
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