re.store is a Portuguese textile accessories brand that combines social innovation with environmental innovation and educational activities to change current consumer habits.
Despite being a new brand, in 2.5 years they have already managed to pay their social partners €52,372.65 and reuse 5.3 tons of fabric and textile accessories.
They promote social inclusion through empowerment, appreciation and recognition because all the products are made by people who are unique in their differences (IPSS, refugees, social work associations, active ageing and others) and are duly paid for their work; they also contribute to reducing the ecological footprint of the textile industry because all the products are made by reusing waste, leftovers, samples and accessories from the textile industry.
In order to increase their positive impact on people and the planet, they need you to help them achieve their purpose as a brand: to transform many small worlds, one at a time, every day!
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