by Ali Berman
Categories: Events, Fashion, Lifestyle.

Cleaning out your closet is super satisfying, but if you knew that for every item you no longer wanted you’d get one you do want in its place? That’s a little bit of perfection.

If you’re in the NYC area on April 21st (earth day weekend!), you should join Ecorazzi for the ultimate eco-event: the 2nd Annual Charity Clothing Swap to benefit humane education! And, there will also be a vegan bake sale with tons of goodies!

Check out the flyer below for all the details, and purchase your tickets in advance by clicking here to save on ticket costs. It’s $12 online (or $10 for students) and $15 if you buy at the door on the day of the event. All proceeds will go to support HEART, a humane education organization that teaches kids about human rights, animal protection and environmental ethics. They learn about everything from bullying to dog fighting to pollution, and how to make a difference in the world.

For every item you bring, you’ll get to leave with something equally awesome. Last year we had brands like Calvin Klein, Armani, Escada, Yves Saint Laurent and so many more. Anything left over will go to people in need in the local community. We’re sponsoring the event along with Girlie Girl Army and Vaute Couture. So you know the fashionistas are going to be out in full force.

Your Ecorazzi senior editor (me) will be the host for the event. Check out the bake sale from last year below to get you drooling. We really hope to see you there!

charity clothing swap on april 21st in nyc

About Ali Berman

Ali Berman is the author of Choosing a Good Life: Lessons from People Who Have Found Their Place in the World (Hazelden) and Misdirected (Seven Stories Press). She works as a humane educator for HEART teaching kids about issues affecting people, animals and the environment. Her published work can be found on her website at aliberman.com. In early 2012 Ali co-founded flipmeover, a production company with the mission to use media to raise awareness of social issues.

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