The 3rd Annual Bra Recycling Month kicks off October 1st. The month long even aims to bring awareness to domestic violence and breast cancer in an unique way. The Bra Recyclers set a goal to recycle 15,000 bras this October.
The Bra Recyclers are providing bras to the Healthy Breast Program at UC Davis to be provided to homeless women at Homeless Connect 2012. The event will take place June 2, and it is estimated 700 homeless will be served at the event
The Bra Recyclers announced strategic partnership with Leading Lady. The partnership will provide a unique opportunity for both companies to 'go-green' while continuing to expand their outreach in communities around the country.
The Great Re-use-athon, hosted by the National Association of Professional Organizers (AZ Chapter), will take place on February 25th. The Bra Recyclers will be in attendance, collecting used bras to be recycled and redistributed to women in need.
Project Hope for the Homeless in Ohio will be providing women they serve with recycled bras, courtesy of The Bra Recyclers and local recyclers. The Bra Recyclers is a textile recycling company based in Arizona that provides women in need nationwide with the gift of a clean and properly fitted bra.
The Bra Recyclers recently sent recycled bras to women served at The Healing Place of Wake County. Recycled bras help delay the number of textile waste entering the waste stream, while providing encouragement and support to women in need.
The Bra Recyclers recently concluded Bra Recycling Month by provided post-surgery bras and prosthesis to the Alala Cancer Society. The bras are being provided to women who are unable to afford the expensive garment.
The Bra Recyclers are excited to announce that they exceeded the 2011 Bra Recycling Month goal by over 1,000 bras. The event collected bras to be recycled from all over the country in an effort to help reshape the life of a woman in need.
The Cecil County Recycling Program in Maryland added bras to the list of items citizens can now recycle. This new program is part of a partnership with Arizona based textile recycling company, The Bra Recyclers.
The Bra Recyclers, with the help of their Canadian Ambassador, have established a bra recycling program in Toronto. Recycled bras are distributed to women in need globally, as well as recycled into secondary materials.
The Bra Recyclers are excited to announce the extension of support to Sacramento. Children's Receiving Home will receive recycled bras on a permanent basis. The shelter is a state license facility that serves children age one to seventeen.
The Bra Recyclers announce new partnership with Bell Socialization Services, Inc. in York, PA. This partnership will allow the textile recycling company to help support and encourage homeless women working towards self-sufficiency.
The Bra Recyclers largest annual recycling event, Bra Recycling Month, recognizes Breast Cancer and Domestic Violence Awareness in an unique way. Women who recycle their bras have the opportunity to re-shape a life and win prizes.
The Bra Recyclers are announcing a new partnership with a Canadian lingerie company, The Bra Lounge. This new partnership provides recycled bras to women in need globally and provides opportunity for Alberta women to give back to community.
The Bra Recyclers announce a new program to encourage recyclers to go green and spread the word about reducing the number of textiles entering waste stream. Program will reward green deeds on a quarterly basis.
Arizona-based textile recycler, The Bra Recyclers, is preparing to ship new and recycled bras to Joplin in wake of the May tornado. The bras will be donated to Lafayette House in Joplin. In addition to bras, The Bra Recyclers partner, Soma Intimates, has donated pajamas to the women of Joplin. The shipment is a simple encouragement in hopes of lifting Joplin's spirits.
The Bra Recyclers recently launched a Let's Re-Shape Haiti bra drive event with the goal of collecting 1,000 bras to send to the women in need. Women nationwide opened the hearts and their drawers to help this cause.