I’m fortunate to pass down Cataleya’s clothes to her cousin so we get the most out of them, but even for me, I still have a few clothes I don’t wear anymore.
I recently received a couple items for Cataleya and I from Schoola. They were even thoughtful of a few nurse friendly shirts and to keep us cool while out in the summer heat. I even wore one of the outfits on Cataleya’s birthday, see here.
Schoola is basically, an online thrift store that sells donated clothes to help benefit schools here in the US and the Malala Fund internationally. You can either donate your families clothes or buy gently used ones. Both options are super easy and a great cause, you can learn more here on how it all works.
If you want to donate babies, toddlers, even adult clothes that are gently used, you can request a donation bag. They even cover the postage, and that’s less driving around for us! A great bonus is if you already have a school in mind, you can pick a specific school.
If you choose to buy clothing they are up to 70% off retail value. They have a pretty sweet referral program, both you, and me can get $20 using this link here, for a limited time.
Plus 40% of the proceeds go to benefit children’s education. It helps fund programs such as art, field trips, music and much more. What do you do with your kids clothes once they outgrow them?
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