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Giving back at Retykle

Meet our charity partners

We are lucky enough to work with some inspiring charities who do a lot for our community. Retykle is able to support them in two ways:

1. Monetary support

Sellers can opt to donate their earnings to any one of charity partners, instead of receiving credit for their sold items.

2. Clothing Donations

If a seller does not opt for ‘Return Insurance’, their unsold or unaccepted items will go to one of our charity partners in need of children’s clothing.

In addition to this, we run a Charity Closet campaign where chosen individuals can donate their earnings to ANY charity of their choice, even if we don’t work with them.

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J Life Foundation in January 2012 with an aim to relieve poverty by tangible and intangible aids. Their vision is to mitigate the cycle of child poverty and to reduce cross-generational poverty in low-income families in Hong Kong.
PathFinders mission is to ensure the most vulnerable children born in Hong Kong and their migrant mothers are protected. Since their founding in 2008, PathFinders has helped over 4800 of Hong Kong’s most vulnerable babies, children and migrant women.
Refugee Union is a union of protection claimants in Hong Kong with the aim of safeguarding refugee rights and improving the protection, well-being and future prospects of all refugees.
The Society for Community Organization is a non-governmental and human rights advocacy group in Hong Kong working to bring equal rights and opportunities to those marginalised in Hong Kong.
Angels for Children works with charities in Asia to help raise awareness to their need. Angels are proud to be partnered with Bali Kids, Sunrise Cambodia, Po Leung Kuk and Society for Community Organization. All of whom strive to provide full and healthy futures for the children in their care.
Aide et Action (AEA) is a charitable organization that works towards making education accessible to all. AEA works with children, but also with population groups that are discriminated against or are most vulnerable.
Founded in 2007, the HandsOn Hong Kong mission is to mobilize and empower the community to meet pressing social needs in Hong Kong via volunteer services. The HandsOn volunteers help disadvantaged children and youth, isolated elderly, ethnic minority students, under-resourced families, refugees and people with disabilities.
Plastic Free Seas is a Hong Kong based environmental charity dedicated to advocating change in the way we all view and use plastics in society today, through education and action campaigns. They are passionate, focused and committed to reducing the scourge of plastic pollution in Hong Kong.
Redress is a pioneering Hong Kong based NGO working to reduce textile waste and promote environmental sustainability in the fashion industry. Through their dynamic programmes they work directly with designers, brands, manufacturers, industry professionals, educational organisations and consumers, to promote innovative models and drive growth towards a new circular economy for fashion.
Founded in 1949 St James' Settlement now has 58 service points around Hong Kong offering a vast range of services for people of different ages and needs. Their beneficiaries include children, teenagers, families, the elderly and people with disabilities. They provide a broad spectrum of services ranging from community support to residential care.
The mission of Joshua Hellmann Foundation for Orphan Disease to advance the awareness, diagnosis, treatment and research of orphan diseases, and improve the welfare of children with orphan diseases in Hong Kong.
The Sovereign Art Foundation (SAF) was established in 2003 with a well-defined twin focus: to recognise the growing wealth of contemporary art talent in Asia and bring the proven benefits of expressive arts to disadvantaged children.
Crossroads Foundation is a Hong Kong based, non-profit organisation serving global need. They believe that, in a broken world that sees too much suffering, we should do all we can to link those who are in need with those who can provide help. So they provide an intersection, literally a crossroads, to bring both together.
The Salvation Army is an international Christian church and charity working in 131 countries and has been serving Hong Kong for over 85 years since 1930. With the commitment to transforming lives, caring for people and making disciples, we are currently operating almost 80 social services units, 34 schools and nurseries, 16 corps (churches), 1 outpost and 17 Family Stores in Hong Kong and Macau. There are offices in Yunnan and Sichuan for poverty alleviation development in China.

Charity Closet Beneficiaries

Charity Closet Beneficiaries include charities we have donated to through our Charity Closet campaigns. These are one-off monetary donations to support specific causes. Read our Retykle Blog to follow our Charity Closet stories.

Cambodian Children's Fund is a not-for-profit organization, founded in 2004 by Scott Neeson to aid children in Steung Meanchey, one of the poorest areas in Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh.
For 30 years, the Children's Cancer Foundation has been providing caring service for families of young children with cancer.
Design Trust supports creative projects that develop expertise, build research initiatives and content related to Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area.
Dr. Joyce Hill, a family medical practitioner and her husband, Robin, founded New Hope Foundation to help local Chinese Children’s Welfare Institutes in the work that they do, caring for abandoned babies. The Hills do this by providing personal care and seeking medical treatment for sick babies.
Mother's Choice is a local charity serving children without families and pregnant teenagers in Hong Kong. Mother's Choice was founded in 1987 by a small group of people concerned with the plight of Hong Kong's single teenagers and their family members coping with crisis pregnancy.
Hong Kong Adventist Hospital Foundation’s Charity Outreach Programs were set up to support financially disadvantaged patients from around the region.
EcoDrive Promotes The Awareness And Reduction Of Single Use Plastic In Hong Kong.
To provide for and promote the care, education and social development of children and families in partnership with the community.
Plastic Oceans International is a nonprofit organization raising awareness about plastic pollution to inspire behavioral change.
The Royal Hospital for Women's Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) cares for over 1,000 premature and critically-ill babies each year.

Explore our Retykle Blog to follow the charities that have been donated to through our Charity Closet partnerships

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