NYC and Housing Works Launch re-fashioNYC
May 25, 2011
Annually NYC residents throw away approximately 200,000 tons of clothes, towels, blankets, curtains, shoes, handbags, belts, and other textiles and apparel. Why New Yorkers sometimes choose to toss out rather than donate their unwanted clothes is believed to be a matter of convenience.
re-fashioNYC is a partnership between the City of New York and Housing Works to make clothing donation as easy as possible through convenient in-building drop-off service.
The partnership is unique because it provides any participating building with convenient donation services at no cost to the building or taxpayers. The program is expected to grow slowly in response to participation requests and Housing Works ability to expand its services.
If you're interested in participating in this new and convienient clothing reuse program, you can learn more about how to get your building signed up on at NYC.gov/refashion.
This article was provided by Housing Works. Visit Housing Works' website to find out more about their activities, publications and services.
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