Costa Rica AR Holdings creates a campaign to encourage clothing donations:


AR Holdings designed a campaign as part of its Line Up Rewards loyalty program with the Donate and Win activation, which encourages its customers to donate clothing at more than ten stores located in the greater metropolitan area.

This initiative is part of the company’s corporate social responsibility program, through which they hope to be able to help many people in collaboration with the population.

“As part of our strategy aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals of ending poverty and zero hunger, we have decided to offer our customers clothing collection bins in some of our stores,” said Melissa. Salas, Corporate Sustainability Manager of AR Holdings.

For those who are part of the Line Up Rewards program, when making a donation, they will be able to scan a QR code located in the drawers, where they can fill out a form to participate in five Line Up Rewards gift cards of $150 each.

The clothes collected in the stores will be sent to the SOS Children’s Villages and Remar foundations. They are non-profit organizations that continuously support different vulnerable populations.

SOS Children’s Villages is a non-governmental, non-profit international development organization that helps children in need. They have been operating in Costa Rica for over 40 years.

The Remar Foundation focuses on caring for drug addicts, most of whom are victims of mistreatment and abuse or come from parents with drug or alcohol problems.

Those who wish to join this campaign can drop off their clothes at the following stores: Avenida Escazú: Gap, Banana Republic, Springfield and Adolfo Domínguez; Multiplaza Curridabat: Old Navy; Multiplaza Escazu: Forever 21; Village of Escazú: Old Navy; City Mall: Old Navy; Lincoln Plaza: Old Navy; Paseo Metropoli: Gap and at Terrazas Lindora: Springfield.

On these sites, there will be properly labeled drawers where you can put your clothes. Regardless of the brand, clothing for children and adults will be accepted. The only important thing is that they are in good condition.

“We invite all interested people to come to our collection points and donate the clothes they no longer use, whether they are in excellent condition or new,” concluded Melissa Salas.


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