Fabrick Collective turns outgrown kids' clothes into cash - the most flexible resource for charities. Thirty per cent of sales go directly to the Elizabeth Fry Society of Ottawa.
An important pillar of E Fry Ottawa's services is providing safe, supportive, transitional housing for women who have been in prison or jail. Women who are released with conditions and want access to support and programs choose JF Norwood House. E Fry Ottawa also runs Lotus House, a bail residence where women can stay connected to family, work and programs while awaiting trial, rather than remain in jail. A housing team helps women looking for somewhere to live in the community.
Click here for more information on the Elizabeth Fry Society of Ottawa.
PROVIDE KIDS' CLOTHES TO MOTHERS WHO NEED THEM
Fabrick Collective provides children's clothes free to clients of E Fry Ottawa. If you are a client and would like to access clothing for your children, please let your contact staff member at E Fry Ottawa know, and we can set it up.
SUPPORT THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY
Buying secondhand is more affordable, better for the environment, and reduces our reliance on unethical manufacturing practices of fast fashion brands that affect racialized workers, mostly women, in the Global South.
We make buying secondhand straightforward and accessible by offering an online option for those who find it difficult to get to thrift stores in person.
We make donating kids' clothes simple by offering free pick-up in Ottawa/Gatineau, or by refunding shipping costs.
Join Fabrick Collective and donate your outgrown kids' clothes today!