Decluttering makes money for Jewish House

March 23, 2021 by Community newsdesk
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Fashion Forward has hosted its second event at the JH Kids premises in Sydney’s Bondi Junction.

The event’s patrons were capped at 50 to make the shopping experience pleasurable and enjoyable even though there was a waitlist.
Guest speaker Eman Soliman spoke about how Jewish House had helped her when she separated from her husband.
A stylist also spoke giving tips on how to recycle and upcycle your clothing.
After the formalities, ladies could go shopping from the numerous racks of preloved and brand new donated items of high-end designer clothes, bags and accessories that were beautifully presented in different rooms.
High-end products were sold at bargain prices to raise money for Jewish House and the incredible work they do for those struggling and in a crisis situation.
Everyone who came was played a part in our circular fashion initiative, recycling and reusing an item creating much-needed funds for those in need.
Fashion Forward collects preloved designer clothing form ladies in the community, helping them declutter their wardrobes and in turn making others happy and supporting a good cause at the same time.
It is a win-win all around. We see it as a purposeful fashion. all proceeds go to the Jewish House Crisis centre.
People who come to our events feel amazing as they get to buy special pieces they may not ever usually afford to buy and they are making a donation at the same time!
What we don’t sell we donate to women living in one of the Jewish House Crisis Centres. Our solution for fashion is one of recycling, decluttering, environmental saving and helping people in crisis at the same time
Fashion Forward was founded by volunteers, Nicole Katz and Sharon Aaron.

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