Tuesday, 28 October 2014

The Empty Project - Sandton City


Photo from the Sandton City Facebook Page

Everyone wants to do it, donate clothes that is. But you find that most of the time people don't know how to go about doing so.
I donate my clothes to individuals but sometimes I wish I could donate to people I have never met and who probably need them more than the individuals I know.
Well now no one has an excuse, everyone and anyone can donate.

From the 29th of October until the 26th of November 2014, Sandton City will be running The Empty Project, a Brazilian concept that allows people to donate their clothing.


The Empty Shop is inspired by a Brazilian winter clothing drive. It has became a new way to donate clothing and it definitely makes it a lot easier for consumers who don't usually donate to start doing so today.

The concept is very easy to understand and well thought out. You arrive at the empty store with your item of clothing, hand it to the assistant and the store will be filled with your clothes. After the store closes the hangers will be emptied and your clothes will be sent to Hospice Wits were your clothes will help change the life of someone else.

It's a great campaign and if I can't convince you to be part of it, maybe this video can.


There will be people donating out of the goodness of their heart and others who are doing it for the Instagram likes. At the end of the day, whatever your motives are, you will be changing someone else's life.
For those doing it for Instagram please don't forget the hashtag: #theemptyproject.
Hope to see you all there.

Store Details

Sandton City, Chekers Court
29 October 2014 - 16 November 2014

Trading Hours
Monday - Thursday
09:00 - 19:00

Friday
09:00 - 20:00

Saturday and Sunday
09:00 - 18:00

For More Details About The Sandton Store:
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For More Details About The Empty Project:
Website

#theemptyproject

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