In the world of fashion, donations to charity can mean a whole lot of things.
A recent survey by the charity Goodwill revealed that some brands are actively trying to make their brands more environmentally friendly.
For example, the Gap donated more than $6 million in apparel to Goodwill, including clothes donated by brands like Under Armour and Gap.
But, the company did not specify which brands are involved in the initiative, and its clothing donation bin is only open on Sundays.
“We don’t know who the people who donate are,” said a Gap spokesperson in a statement.
“Goodwill has a tradition of donating to Goodworks, but we’re not going to name those brands at this time.”
This means that some companies are donating only their own products to Goodwork and not all of their merchandise.
Others have donated their products to charity in a variety of ways, such as donating clothing and accessories, donating clothing to local stores, or donating clothing directly to the local economy.
But what if you don’t have a ton of cash to donate?
Here’s how to donate your clothing at the store without breaking the bank.
Buy your own clothes