Ramblers Way Donates Clothing Items To Hurricane Survivors
(3BL Media/Justmeans) – Sustainable clothing company Ramblers Way has announced it is donating almost 5,000 items of clothing to survivors of recent hurricanes that wreaked havoc in the U.S. and Central America.
The items include different types of shirts for men and women as well as long underwear for men. Ramblers Way’s type of clothing will come in handy as its next-to-skin garments are designed to be comfortable, soak up sweat and let body odor disperse. They are made with the company’s jersey knit, which it says is “an ideal fabric for all seasons. “
In order to maximize distribution and increase impact of the initiative, Ramblers has teamed up with Good360, a specialist in product philanthropy and purposeful giving. It collaborates with nonprofits so that distribution is more effective and reaches the right recipients. Good360 works with more than 57,000 approved nonprofits and, so far, the organization has distributed more than $9 billion in donated goods.
“Good360 takes a long-term view of disaster recovery and our core focus is to ensure that we get the right goods to the right people at the right time throughout all stages of a disaster,” Richard Barney, EVP of Partnerships for Good360, said in a statement. “Our partnerships with on-the-ground nonprofits will guarantee that Ramblers Way’s donated goods are distributed where they are needed most with a high level of efficacy and efficiency.”
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