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Give Back BoxEncouraging its consumers to reduce waste, give their old clothes new life and help those in need on the eve of Earth Day i.e. April 22, HanesBrands, a leading global marketer of everyday basic apparel under world-class brands, has collaborated with Give Back Box ®.

It may be mentioned here that Give Back Box is an online service that coordinates the shipping of gently used outerwear and shoe donations, along with other household items, to local charities across the United States. The service encourages consumers to fill boxes from online purchases or any shippable box with unwanted items, print a pre-paid label on the Give Back Box site and send to those in need.

Recognized for its environmental commitments and achievements, social responsibility and community philanthropy, Hanes will donate a package of underwear to The Salvation Army for every package its consumers ship via Give Back Box in celebration of Earth day.

Also ReadHanesBrands aims to reduce energy usage by 40%

“We’re proud of our culture of environmental and social responsibility established at HanesBrands during the past decade. We believe in being good stewards of the environment we share and the communities in which we operate. This partnership with Give Back Box helps us to do both while promoting the importance of recycling and taking care of those who need it most,” said Sidney Falken, Chief Branding Officer, HanesBrands.

 

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