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Laundrokart’s Donate Old Clothes Scheme

LaundroKart lends its hands to make a difference

“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give” - WINSTON CHURCHILL

LaundroKart has been established as a recognized laundry brand in Bangalore and is continuing to grow every day. Apart from providing excellent Laundry service, the brand has also taken initiative in helping poor children that are denied basic necessity of clothing and is making a real difference in their lives.

LaundroKart has partnered with CRY foundation to achieve this goal.

About CRY:

CRY- Child Rights and You is a non-profit organization that works to ensure the fundamental rights of underprivileged children in India. It works towards restoring basic rights to children. In order to achieve their mission, CRY partners with various financial and non-financial institutions who support their vision and mission.

Events so far..

The PG students of Jain University-Centre for Management Studies has helped immensely in achieving this goal. The clothes that were collected and washed by LaundroKart were donated to the CRY foundation through the event organized by the Jain University students named “Satkriya”.

Mr. Vasu Dixit- a guitarist and vocalist from the famous Indian folk musical band ‘Swarathma’ was a prominent figure at this event and efforts for the same is commendable.

How can you make a difference?

All you have to do is fill out a form and the LaundroKart team will come to your house as scheduled and pick up all clothing donations. Old clothes in all sizes for men, women and children will be gladly accepted. Your clothes are then washed, ironed and neatly packed like new—before they are sent the CRY foundation.

Lastly, LaundroKart would like to thank all those who have donated their clothes to support this great cause.

“One small act of kindness can change someone’s life. So, be a part of the change and make your contribution today.”