This post is sponsored by Schoola.
I was recently introduced to Schoola, a website that solves three problems in one! It is seriously awesome!!! You can shop for gently used (and often name-brand) clothing at discounted prices, donate clothing in good condition that your children have outgrown, and earn money for your child’s school! Talk about killing three birds with one stone!
Little Brother wearing a Lands End flannel shirt and Old Navy jeans, both from Schoola!
Shop for Gently-Used Clothes
Shopping on the Schoola website is super simple! Just choose the gender of your child from the top menu bar, then their age range from the left-hand menu, and then their specific size! You can also sort based on the brand, colors, and price range!
I personally prefer the loose or wide-leg Gap or Old Navy jeans for my boys, so I was able to narrow search results down to these two brands! Prices are not quite as low as what you might find at a garage sale, but they are certainly MUCH cheaper than you would pay in the store or even at a consignment sale. Shipping is currently free if you spend $25 or more!
Big Brother wearing a Ralph Lauren button-down (we were in need of some dressier shirts to wear to church before it gets cold)
Donate Clothing in Good Condition
Children seem to outgrow clothes so quickly. Schoola makes it SUPER easy to donate your clothes by sending you a pre-paid mailing envelope. Just pop your clothes in the envelope and send it off to Schoola! When the clothing sells, your child’s school will reap the benefits!
Little Sister wearing a Chaps toddler dress from Schoola!
Earn Money for Your Child’s School
Schoola donates 40% of every single piece of clothing that you donate to the school of your choice! FORTY-PERCENT! That is just about the best return on investment that one can find for donated goods!
There are two ways to earn money for your child’s school through Schoola. One is by requesting a pre-paid mailing bag. All you have to do is pop your clothing inside and write the name of your child’s school, the city, and zip code on the envelope. Whenever your clothing sells, your child’s school will receive the credit!
The second option is to book a school-wide clothing drive! If you are part of a homeschool co-op or organization, you can contact Schoola at [email protected] to set up a special clothing drive for your organization.
Even Mama got some new clothes! A Gap shirt (with the tags still on it) and some Kut from the Kloth Jeans (my favorite brand) courtesy of Schoola
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Schoola. The opinions and text are all mine.