Help us this National Volunteer Week by helping Thread Together: an initiative that rescues brand new clothes from landfill and distributes them to people in need all around WA
As a society we recognise that people need food and shelter. We often don’t realise that people also need basic clothing. Many Australians don’t have access to a warm winter jumper, comfortable, waterproof shoes or even a clean pair of underwear.
Thread Together is the only organisation in Australia whose main mission and focus is to source new and excess clothing from fashion retailers and redistribute items to those in our communities that need it most. In five years Thread Together have distributed over $8 million worth of new clothing to people in our community who are vulnerable and in need.
For more information about Thread Together visit their website: https://www.threadtogether.org/
Details about the excursion:
Date: Friday 21st May
Time: Meet at Guild Volunteering office at 9:00 am and take the Guild Minivan to the Thread Together warehouse. You can also meet at onsite at the warehouse (23 Abbott Rd, Perth Airport WA 6105) at 9:20 am if you like. We will be volunteering from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm and returning to campus at 2:00 pm.
Activity: Sorting and packing new clothes that have been donated to the cause. We will also be helping pack the mobile van that will be visiting community centers and refuges to distribute the clothes to people in need.
Wear/bring: Wear clothes suitable to manual labour (comfortable clothes and flat shoes), Bring a jumper, hat, water bottle and snacks. We will be providing lunch so please email any dietary requirements to [email protected]
|21st May 2021 @ 9:00am
|21st May 2021 @ 2:00pm
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