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Westfield Carindale and Westfield Garden City will launch a Swap Old for New fashion campaign this month to promote and support Endeavour Recycled Clothing (ERC).
The campaign will run from September 18 to October 8 and is intended to encourage the public to donate their unwanted clothes.
Shoppers who donate a bag of clothes to the Westfield Carindale or Garden City concierge desks during the campaign will have a chance to win a personal stylist shopping session at that centre using a Westfield gift card worth $250.
The donated clothes will be passed on to ERC stores, which sell quality second-hand clothing at affordable prices.
“Donating unwanted clothes not only clears out your wardrobe, but through donating to Endeavour rather than throwing the clothes out, it reduces landfill while also helping Endeavour support people with a disability,” said Endeavour Retail Manager Glenda Pietzsch.
All proceeds from Endeavour Recycled Clothing stores sales go to supporting people with a disability.
Glenda is thrilled to see big-hearted companies such as Westfield support Endeavour Foundation.
“Without such support, we would not be able to provide accommodation, education and employment opportunities to over 3,400 people with a disability,” she said.
There are 35 ERC stores located around Queensland. Find your nearest clothing store.
Note: One person will win the $250 gift card and personal shopping session, with the prize to be at the Westfield centre where the winner handed in their bag of donated clothes.
Kathryn Siew, Media and Communications Intern
Joanne Glover, Media and Communications Officer
Phone: (07) 3908 7152, (07) 3908 7257
Fax: (07) 3908 7271