Sell Clothes For Cash & Help Society
Around 700,000 tonnes of second-hand clothes are collected annually in Canada. This not only helps to raise hundreds of millions for charity. It also helps to enable local authorities to generate income and increase recycling. Thousands of people are employed directly through the industry in Canada and millions of people throughout the world.
Cash 4 Clothes will pay you for 1 full standard sized bin bag (based on 10-kilo weight) 50p per kilograms equivalent to $5.00 – this is your opportunity to sell clothes for cash now!
Our wardrobe clean out process is so simple and convenient that updating your wardrobe isn’t a chore. In fact, it’s fun to pull the unwanted items off the hangers and pack your clothes in a clean-out bag. You can deliver it to nearest our shop.
If you are interested in selling your unwanted clothes at Cash 4 Clothes then why not contact us now.
Why It Pays To Sell Clothes
It is estimated that in Canada people throw away hundreds of thousands of tons of used clothes in a single year, which goes to landfill, Textiles present particular problems in landfills as synthetic (man-made fires) products will not decompose, while woollen garments do decompose and produce methane, which contributes to global warming.
Selling away your clothing items has never been so easy and convenient.
Helps raise funds for charities and schools
Charities and schools are always in need of donations from the public to maintain their valuable programs or to help them help others. Cash For Clothes offers an excellent way to raise money at the same time helping the environment.
Sell clothes for cash and you will provide many jobs in the local area for all manner of people. As well as those jobs, it provides income for workers in the import and export sectors. With clothes needing to be transported freight companies also benefit.
Sell Clothes For Cash & Join Public Spirit
Canada used clothing and textile collection sector is something that this country can be proud of. We are amongst the best in the world at donating used clothing for re-use and recycling. Around 700,000 tonnes are collected annually.