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Humana People to People

... buy clothes from the second hand clothes trade which is an important fundraising activity both in the north and in the south. Humana People to People built its HQ  in the rural area of Zimbabwe in ...

Huntingdonshire District Council

For many years Planet Aid UK has collected clothes and shoes from private sites within the Huntingdonshire district  and in April 2016 we partnered with Huntingdonshire District Council to increase ...

Harlow Council

Since June 2013 Planet Aid UK have been working with Harlow Council to increase the number of textile bank sites in the town. We currently collect clothes and shoes from seven sites in Harlow and our contract ...

School Programme

... to People’s projects will be available to participate in the lessons. - One lesson with the headline ‘From Clothes Collection to Development Aid’. We will use our short films to explain about our work ...

Request a Clothing Bank

... people without their own transport are able to recycle their unwanted clothes and shoes. Community site-hosts not only provide their customers with a new service, but they also give them another reason ...

Donate your clothes

You can find our clothes banks at supermarket car parks where the public are used to recycling their bottles, paper and clothes, but unlike many other clothes collectors Planet Aid UK also installs clothing ...

RWM at NEC

...  Recycling Nationwide'.   On our stand we had on display examples of the clothes banks used by both of our organisations, as well as information about the areas within the UK in which we collect, detail ...

In Northampton

...  project grew bigger when they included different art activities and treeplanting among their actions. One of the events that the Zimbabwean women and Planet Aid UK held in the UK was ‘Clothes for Trees’ ...

Clothing Bank Manufacture

... space. By placing this small bank Planet Aid UK supports local businesses, allowing everyone, even people that don't drive, to donate their clothes at their local shop. The community bank is manufacture ...

Sorting and sale of clothes

Planet Aid UK’s sorting centre is based in Corby, Northamptonshire and is a modern 1000m2 warehouse which also houses our Head Office. It is to here that most of the collected clothes are delivered ...

Clothes collection

The most important way of raising our own funds is through the trade in second hand clothes. Currently we have over 1,500 collection banks which are placed throughout the UK to collect used clothes and ...

Environment

  According to a study by the Copenhagen University in 2008, 1kg of clothes collected saves 4.1kg of CO2 when it is sorted by HUMANA PEOPLE TO PEOPLE and then distributed. This was established in ...

History of projects supported

... please click HERE Here you can see a list of the projects we have supported since 2005: Year Country/Partner Projects   2015 Donation of clothes to DAPP ...

DAPP UK

... agreed to service all DAPP UK’s banks, and to sort their clothes. The clothes donated to the DAPP UK banks are collected by Planet Aid UK’s drivers and brought to our sorting plant where they are sorted ...

Who we are

... trading in second hand clothes and shoes. A not-for-profit company is an organisation that does not distribute its surplus funds to owners or shareholders, but instead uses them to help pursue its goals. ...