Parents recycle top quality kids clothes online

Schoola Stitch logoKids are always needing new clothes. Every growth spurt means a trip to the store. And what do you do with the clothes they’ve outgrown?

The recently launched online consignment store Schoola Stitch has the solution. They offer brand name kids clothes at major savings. Parents across the country have collected and sent in tens of thousands of gently used clothing items to be sold to parents who need them. Families can get great deals on carefully inspected jeans, shorts, shirts, dresses and other fashion finds from brands like Gap kids, Lands End and Gymboree.

Schoola Stitch has affordable brand name clothes for boys and girls

Schoola Stitch has affordable brand name clothes for boys and girls

Created by a former school principal and parent, this program offers more than just great gently used clothes. It gives back as well. Up to 40 percent of the purchase proceeds go to the school of the purchaser’s choice.  It’s a great new service. Parents unload clothing items that no longer fit. Other parents can get great deals on fun fashion. And schools have a chance to raise much needed dollars before the start of the next school year.

There’s even free shipping for orders over $50 and the enticement of free goodies. It’s a win all around!

You just request a postage-paid donation bag to be sent your way.  Then fill it with “like new” children’s clothing and send it back in via UPS.  Any clothing not sold will be donated to a worthy charity.  What could be simpler?

To learn more about how to participate in this great new online service, see Stitch.schoola.com. And help spread the word to other parents as well!

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