Levi's hands out free shipping labels for unwanted clothes and shoes to be sent to non-profit and sold on second hand.

On our minds is Levis’ new initiative promoting giving and reuse for the holiday season. In collaboration with Goodwill, the denim brand is handing out free shipping labels on their website for unwanted clothes and shoes to be sent to non-profit organisations. The purpose is to make it easier for people to donate and give new life to pieces in their wardrobe that they have been meaning to give away but not yet got around to, with the vision to make recycling of clothing as natural to consumers as recycling of plastic bottles. For every box received the brand will also donate $5 to the cause. Read more here.

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