Meet our charity partners
If a seller does not opt for return insurance, their items that either go unsold or are deemed unacceptable for sale are donated to those in need through these charities:
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. Over 10% of the children they have served would, but for PathFinders, have been at extreme risk of abuse, neglect, even trafficking.
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 prospect of all refugees.
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.
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. Since 1981, AEA have been working to ensure that every individual receives quality education that enables them to grow and thrive, find employment and support their families with dignity. AEA intervene everywhere deemed necessary and feasible, and are recognized as being of public benefit and free from any political and religious ties.
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.
Curious about what items may be deemed unacceptable? Please review our ABC standards.