Give Pre-Loved Items To Migrant Workers
Look at the smiles your pre-loved items bring to the workers!
From suiting up on Sunday evening out, to going home in some smart swag for weddings and festivities, your pre-loved shirts, trousers, jackets, ties and shoes will be cherished by our migrant worker community.
Anything that is in good condition and not broken, stained or torn will find a new home, and bring a smile to someone. Our migrant worker friends also love unopened, unexpired treats (chocolates, cookies, traditional sweets, juice boxes, or any packaged food items) that you may want to give away.
We collect new and pre-loved items that you do not need and pass on to migrant workers. Anything that is in good condition and not broken, stained or torn will find a new home. Items include:
good quality men’s clothes and shoes | unopened toiletries | umbrellas | backpacks | water bottles | raincoats | sunglasses | belts | power banks | laptops | phones | headphones | other electronic or household items | bedsheets | yoga mats | luggage | wallets | small portable fans | towels | unused and sealed masks | sanitisers | disinfectant products
Some important points:
- We would like to maintain the dignity of our worker brothers, and appreciate your support in donating items that are not stained, torn, worn out, mouldy, broken, with parts missing, or otherwise unusable. Do ensure that all items are clean and usable as well. Food must be unexpired and unopened.
- Do help to ensure that items are cleaned, washed and/ or sanitised (where applicable) before dropping them off with IRR. Any items that are not deemed usable will be returned to the donor at the discretion of IRR’s co-ordinating volunteers.
- You can drop the items off at our drop-off points island wide and we can arrange to pass these items on to migrant workers at their worksites, construction areas and dormitories in a safe manner.
- Please ensure that all deliveries are contactless and you follow all the stipulated Safe Distancing Measures and other prevailing guidelines.