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YOUR #67 MINUTES

This Mandela Day, declutter your wardrobe and reduce homelessness.

Create new life for those living on the street.

Make your 67 minutes count.

‘The time is always ripe to do right’ – Mandela

HOW DOES IT WORK ?

Register your organisation online
Download your communication pack
 Prepare boxes and sorting labels
 Pack and sort clothing with colleagues
 Deliver to U-turn or Charity Shop/Head Office
 Document the process (take photos and videos)
 Tag us on Social Media.

Location to donate

Deliver to the U-turn Charity Shops or Head Office

 

 

HOW I REDUCE HOMELESSNESS

I donate

I donate

The homeless community redeems a voucher for clothing

The homeless community redeems a voucher for clothing

Some clothes go to U-turn's Charity Stores, which are training grounds for the formerly homeless on U-turn's skills-based programme

Some clothes go to U-turn's Charity Stores, which are training grounds for the formerly homeless on U-turn's skills-based programme

Clothing meets a basic need at our homeless support centres and allows us to build long term relationships with those in need

Clothing meets a basic need at our homeless support centres and allows us to build long term relationships with those in need

Funds raised through sales helps cover rehab-support, living costs, travelling costs. Therapy  and formal training

Funds raised through sales helps cover rehab-support, living costs, travelling costs. Therapy and formal training

Reduced homelessness & a happier community

Reduced homelessness & a happier community

With over 15 charity shops, U-turn provides on-the-job training and sheltered employment to formerly homeless champions. When you shop or donate preloved goods at our stores you help create a pathway out of homelessness.
Declutter your wardrobe and reduce homelessness. Create new life for people experiencing homelessness. Make your #67minutes count this Mandela day.

MAKE YOUR

#67 MINUTES

COUNT THIS

MANDELA DAY !

“The time is always ripe to do right.”

Nelson Mandela

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