One Warm Coat keeps more than 1 million pounds of clothing out of landfills each year
Share Warmth With One Warm Coat
One Warm Coat works with retailers, wholesalers, and manufacturers to upcycle outerwear sample, overrun, overstock and irregular coats and other outerwear to children and adults in need across the United States and Canada.
One Warm Coat works with each organization to coordinate shipping/delivery to its network of nonprofit agency partners, who distribute the donated items directly to the people they serve. If necessary, One Warm Coat will cover the cost of shipping in order to get coats to those who are in need of warmth. One Warm Coat can also assist with facilitating donations other than coats.
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What Brands Are Saying About the Zero Waste Initiative
At Joules, we respect the environment and see it as our responsibility to look after the world around us. We build-to-last and all our garments provide many years of use and can often be passed-on or handed-down. This is particularly relevant when some reports suggest that nearly two-thirds of clothing created by the retail industry overall end up in incinerators or landfill within a year of being produced. One Warm Coat’s Zero Waste Initiative is one of the ways Joules is working to reduce our impact and contribute to positive change. We’re proud to work with One Warm Coat to share warmth across the U.S.Florence Castillo, general manager (Americas)
The Lands’ End mission is to create a more comfortable world through programs that support sustainability, philanthropy and diversity and inclusion,” said Matt Trainor, senior vice president of brand marketing and creative. “Our philanthropic arm, the Lands’ End Comfort Fund, supports organizations that provide at least one of the 3 basic needs for human comfort – food, shelter, and safety. This ongoing partnership with One Warm Coat is not only an ideal match for our mission, but also our unparalleled outerwear product assortment. We are thrilled to continue to grow this relationship and serve our community.Matt Trainor, senior vice president of brand marketing and creative, Lands’ End