$10 Worth of Free Clothing from Schoola


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At Schoola, they're helping families recover some of their clothing costs and give back to their children's schools with a pioneering clothing drive program. Sign up at Schoola to save up to 90% on children's clothing and earn cash for your school when you donate your gently used goods.

The average American family spends more than $1,000 each year on children's clothing. At Schoola, members will find preloved kids' clothing from top brands including Gap, Gymboree, Tea Collection, and Mini Boden that have been sorted by the staff at Schoola and priced at up to 90% off, giving them a chance to save big on one of the year's biggest expenses.

This money-saving venture starts at schools, where Schoola organizes clothing drives nationwide. The clothes are then mailed to their team for evaluation and pricing. With each sale, 40% of the proceeds go back to the schools that donated the items. New donations arrive daily as they visit new schools, each with one-of-a-kind deals to suit different children's styles. Schoola makes it easy to search for the clothing you want by size, brand, item type, trend and color so that shopping is fast, fun and easy.

Today, they're over 8,000 schools strong. Schoola brings new paints to art classes, new instruments to the orchestra, new books for the libraries. Clean out your kid's closet, raise money for your school, and get awesome deals at Schoola. Shipping is free on orders of $50 or more and you can earn free credits for telling your friends about Schoola's new service. You can also get a head start on Schoola visiting your school and raise funds for it by requesting a free, sturdy postage-paid bag to send in your gently used kids' clothing.

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Comments

  • By: lovelee123

    Just FYI: I tried to do this and only got $10 credit rather than $20. I also did not receive the $10 after "creating a collection". It simply said "You were referred by Baby." So I did not have enough credit to order anything completely free.

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