I love how when the holidays roll around charity work gets highlighted, and everyone is a little more kind and giving.
So today, I’d like to introduce you to a new, online clothing store called 15each.co. Today just so happens to be their Grand Opening and they’re one of the most charitable companies I’ve come across. The site was created by Bryan Harmon. He’s an entrepreneur who’s motivated by giving back to the people. Harmon has an interesting and eclectic background. He’s a disabled vet who served in the Marines and then he transitioned into eCommerce because he saw a lot of opportunities for improvement.
15each.co provides jobs to veterans (veterans are very close to my heart since I came from a long-line of military), and college students. Currently, they’re donating $3 from each item that’s sold on the website to help the flood victims in Pensacola, Florida. (A major storm dropped several feet of water on the city, and caused some of the deadliest floods ever. The city was rocked with flooded homes, collapsed highways and submerged cars. See images of the flooding destruction here.)
Here’s how 15each.co works…
- As the name implies each item is $15. (Some of the items are 2 for $15.)
- You can de-clutter your closest and donate the items to them which then, in turn, helps communities and creates jobs. For each 5 items you donate you get credit for 1 item.
- They offer primarily women’s clothing (some men’s as well), and it’s a mix of donated, gently-worn items along with some new, name-brand clothing with the original tags still attached. I love the “treasure hunt” nature of it that reminds me of thrifting because you just don’t know what you’re going to find.
- Each listing includes precise measurements, original photos, and detailed descriptions.
- They offer a loyalty program too so you can collect points for just creating an account and returning to the store to receive daily points, or for referring a friend.
- Also, get this, 3,000 items are added each day. (All I can say about that is whoa. Because that is a lot of work!)
We’ve got snow floating softly from the sky here in Denver so I’m all about coziness right now. I’ve got my coffee close by and these sweaters on my mind: super flattering red sweater with a defined waist, this black and white striped sweater (would be a great neutral layering piece year-round), I love this cute polka dot sweater, and for some reason, I always like to wear over-sized, soft (and forgiving) cowl neck sweaters on Thanksgiving. This cardigan sweater would be perfect for that.
De-clutter your closet, create jobs, save money, and eliminate waste. Use the hashtag #love15each on social media to show off your finds.
This is a sponsored post but, as always, my opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that help to make this site possible! – Anna
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