Have you ever bought a bra that looked great but found it never really fit right so you don’t wear it? Is your lingerie drawer crowded with exercise bras, sexy little numbers or nursing bras you no longer use or sizes that no longer fit? Here’s a great suggestion for you.
October is recycle your bras month. Bra recycling is an economical and environmentally friendly way to assist women nationwide that are breast cancer survivors or transitioning from domestic violence situations. The Bra Recyclers do this and also re-distribute through exporters and organizations to developing countries around the world. They have created and support a network of Bra Recycling Ambassadors who assist them in providing deserving women with used or unused bras as they transition back to self-sufficiency.
The Bra Recyclers make it easy for you to recover and recycle all of the old or new bras sitting in your lingerie drawers waiting to be worn by a deserving woman in your community or across the world. Click here to learn more.
While you’re at it, take a look at the rest of your unused clothes. Currently, about 85% of discarded clothing goes into landfills in the U.S. You can make a difference, in more ways than one, by donating your old clothing, including your bras. If not used in it’s original form, the textiles can be shredded and used in many ways, from pillow stuffing to fiber insulation for you home. Recycle today!