H&M is proud to announce the brand’s Fall Back-to-School Uniform Collection featuring stylish uniform-inspired shirts, pants, dresses and more. To celebrate this launch, the Swedish retailer will host a back-to-school clothing drive to benefit Good360.
H&M, Hennes & Mauritz, the popular global retailer known for offering fashion-forward apparel and quality basics, is excited to announce a back-to-school clothing drive to benefit Good360.
Beginning on Thursday, July 26th through Sunday, August 12th, customers who donate gently worn kids clothes at one of H&M’s children’s locations will receive 15% off their purchase from H&M’s new uniform collection. In turn, all garments received will be donated to Good360.
Swedish retailer H&M—known for offering top quality fashion—is now adding ‘smart’ to the mix, kicking-off the back-to-school season with a new kids’ uniform collection. Customers can keep their kids looking sharp and polished with H&M’s full line of preppy basics starting at $7.95. The collection includes forty pieces that can be paired as separates or styled together to create a school uniform look—polos, cardigans, and blazers in classic navy, grey, and white, paired with khaki’s for boys or pleated skirts and jumpers for girls. There’s even a range of accessories in the collection, because every kid can use a little flare. The uniform line is available for purchase in 176 H&M stores where our children’s concept is sold.
Since 2002, H&M U.S., in partnership with Good360, has donated H&M garments, shoes, and accessories valued at $6.5 million to hundreds of charities in the United States and across the globe.
Good360 is a national nonprofit with nearly 30 years of experience in accepting product donations from retailers and redistributing them to an expansive charitable network serving millions of people in need.