Are you an employer working on your ESG? Do you want to enable your employees to take action for people and planet as part of coming to work? Then ReLived is for you. Participants in ReLived will receive a quarterly certificate stating how many kg of clothing they enabled their employees to divert from landfill and how many people this clothing went on to support. 

Textiles are the biggest landfill polluter in the UK yet, at the same time, the 14 million people in poverty in the UK need access to free-of-charge clothing to function and flourish in life. The Right to Clothing is a basic Human Right denied to millions of people across the UK. We are the space where clothing poverty meets clothing waste, offering the dignity of choice to those who access our clothing at our centres who through our outreach to other poverty alleviation organisations. 


  • General Clothing (all ages)
  • Shoes
  • Coats
  • Packs Of New Underwear
  • Duvet Sets & Sheets
  • Towels


  • Duvets
  • Pillows
  • Handbags
  • Jewellery & Accessories
  • Anything that isn’t clothing or light bedding

If the quality isn’t good enough to wear or use yourself we won’t be able to accept it.

ReLived is the ONLY clothing collection scheme that guarantees the clothing donated here will go to someone in poverty in the UK free of charge.

A three month trial of the scheme begins on 4th April 2022 with the following participants:

  • House of Fraser stores in Nottingham, Manchester, Birmingham, Sutton Coldfield and Solihull. For customer donations.
  • Futures Group offices in Nottingham. For employees.
  • Roythornes Solicitors in Nottingham. For employees.
  • Killisick Junior School and St Patrick’s R.C. Primary School in Nottingham. For their employees and families.

After measuring impact, ReLived will be rolled out as a tiered subscription service, with schools being served free of charge. More details to follow.

For more information on how your organisation could join the revolution in clothing donation and recycling in the UK contact us on with the subject: ReLived