PAY IT FORWARD HALL OF FAMERS <3

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Last month we picked up the bill for random orders on Fashion Project. The only thing we asked for in return was that the each lucky do-gooder would pay it forward. This is what they did.

 

“This purchase inspired me to pay it forward 3 times in the past few weeks. Thank you!
First, I donated to a student collecting money door-to-door for clean water and energy reform. She was very passionate about the cause, and her group was going to lobby the state government about better ways to deal with waste and the great lakes.

Second, I bought my coworkers dinner (I’m a nurse) when we were all short-staffed.

And finally, I saw a man struggling to pay for his dinner, literally counting nickels and dimes for him and his daughter (she must have been about 6) at a fast food place and gave him a few dollars.”

-FAYE SKIBA, Grosse Pointe Woods, MI

 

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Beyoncè says it best: Who run the world? Girls.

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At Fashion Project it’s no secret that we have a penchant for beautifully made clothing (and accessories), giving back and a good “girl-power” story. So whenever we get all three together at once, it sends us over the moon.

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The Ingredients for the Perfect Donation

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We get it- cleaning out your closet is not always the easiest activity. In fact it can be down right challenging. So the last thing you need while digging through your sartorial archives is to stress about whether your items are “right” to donate to Fashion Project.

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