By Susan Donaldson, B.A. (Hons), Animal Campaigner
Shop and donate with Thrift Plus, which is a website where you can donate your unwanted, good quality clothes to help any animal charity you choose.
Thrift + take a commission of one third of what your item of clothing sells for, and the next third goes to the charity of your choice.
You get the last third in the form of a voucher, which you can spend on Thrift+. They have a minimum fee of £5 per sold item.
Thrift + state that their vision is to help millions of individuals to turn their unwanted belongings into billions of pounds of funding for worthwhile causes all over the world.
Like physical charity shops, Thrift + are also helping the environment by encouraging the re-use of clothes, rather than their disposal.
They say that thanks to their donators and shoppers, they want the site to be a truly unstoppable force for good.
They state on their website that they sell recognisable premium high street brands and designer brands. In “As new” or “Excellent” condition, the clothes are freshly cleaned with no stains or defects
“We need to be thorough with our checks to create the best shopping experience for our customers.
Items that don’t pass our quality checks are donated to our high street charity partners.”
By partnering with PayPal Giving Fund, so if your charity is already enrolled with PayPal Giving Fund, it is already registered with Thrift+.
Charities are not charged any fees to benefit from Thrift +.
On this site, there are many varied ways you can help animals and help stop cruelty. In fact, there are so many ways that there is something for every personality type, no matter what their circumstances.
If you would like to learn more about why we so urgently need to help stop animal suffering, please see this website. It will allow you to broaden your knowledge of many types of worldwide animal abuse, giving you the ability to help animals by spreading awareness and answering questions people may have. Please be aware that you may find the information distressing, especially if you are a more sensitive person.
One great way to help animals is to share the information you have seen on this website. Doing so means more people could help stop animal cruelty, and that would make you responsible for more animals being saved from suffering. Together, we can help people help animals.