Marks & Spencer and Oxfam Team up to Create The Clothes Exchange

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WANTED: Your M&S clothes in return for a £5 M&S voucher.

Yes that’s right, charity shop Oxfam have teamed up with prestigious high street brand Marks & Spencer to create The Clothes Exchange. This is a great opportunity to empty your wardrobes ready for next season’s goodies. Just bring your old M&S clothes you no longer wear into Oxfam stores and receive a £5 off voucher when you next spend £35 at M&S on clothing, home and beauty.

More than 1.5 million M&S customers have already participated in the ongoing M&S and Oxfam Clothes Exchange, saving over 5 million items of unwanted clothing from going to landfill. This has already raised over £3million for Oxfam which helps towards providing safe water for 4.8 million people, or buying 600,000 mosquito nets to protect children from disease and even buying 3 million new school books.

With Spring on it’s way, now is the perfect time to get rid of all of those winter clothes so do your bit for fashion and donate them to an Oxfam store near you.

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