Recycling For Breast Cancer and Domestic Violence Awareness
For the entire month, traditionally dedicated to Breast Cancer and Domestic Violence Awareness, The Bra Recyclers, a textile recycling company based in Arizona, will be collecting recycled bras nationwide to help women.
The Bra Recyclers collected over 7,000 bras during the first annual Bra Recycling Month last year, and are hopeful this year will be even more successful. The Bra Recyclers currently support 39 organizations across the United States, and will be partnering with businesses across the country to host weekly raffles to give away prizes.
The Bra Recyclers CEO, Elaine Birks-Mitchell, remarks, “The Bra Recyclers believe every woman and girl should not have to worry about something as simple as bra as they transition back to self-sufficiency and/or being cancer-free.”
Recycle your gently used and new bras during October and be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a prize. An updated list of prizes is available on The Bra Recyclers website. So far, prizes have been provided by Sheila with Cookie Lee Jewelry, The Bra Tree, and Jenneration Fix, Inc.