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Fun Clothing Swap - A Fundraiser for Resilient Neighborhoods!
Saturday, October 15th, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM PDT
Location details are private and will be sent along with your ticket purchase.
This fun Clothing Swap will be a fundraiser for Resilient Neighborhoods at a private home in San Rafael on Saturday, October 15, from 1 pm to 4 pm. Bring your gently worn clothing, housewares and beauty products and take home a wardrobe that's new to you! Fashion show, music, socializing in a beautiful garden. Bring up to five bags of quality items to donate! Gender inclusive and welcoming to all. Please donate what you can and your contribution will be MATCHED by our hosts to support Resilient Neighborhoods' climate action programs. Event takes place outside at the San Rafael home of Resilient Neighborhoods' grads and volunteers Amy and Andrew Sinclair. Address displayed after ticket purchase. Street parking available.
Want to look good while doing good? Don’t shop, swap!
Join us to clear your closet… Find your Spring and Summer wardrobe… AND help raise funds for Resilient Neighborhoods' award-winning climate action program.
When: Sunday, April 30, 1 to 4 pm
Tickets: Tickets are free - donate what you can – no one turned away for lack of funds!
All donations will be MATCHED dollar for dollar by our generous event host, up to $500! No one turned away for lack of funds. Donations are fully tax-deductible.
How it works: Bring up to five bags of quality clothing you and your family no longer wear. This can include men’s, women’s and children’s tops, pants, jackets, dresses, skirts, shoes, jewelry, costumes, sportswear and accessories. Please no undergarments. Be sure items are clean with no stains. There will be a semi-private enclosed area to try on clothing.
We also invite you to bring high-quality housewares and beauty products in usable condition (such as hair and skin care products that didn't work for you but someone else may love!)
Where: Event takes place OUTSIDE in the garden of a private home in San Rafael. Address will be distributed to guests. Plenty of street parking.
Why: The clothing and textiles industry is the SECOND most polluting industry in the world. It consumes lots of water and energy, exploits labor, and creates massive pollution at every step from fields to factories.
By reducing the amount of clothing you purchase new and recycling gently worn clothing for others to enjoy, you can reduce your carbon footprint, save money and resources, and enjoy new items in your wardrobe every season.