Angel Bins creates employment
Our Los Angeles warehouse has a great team, employing 85 people. But that is only part of the story:
Clothing and shoes sent to developing countries meet the needs of providing quality clothing and shoes at a very low cost. Goods are sold at street markets by locals. These family micro-enterprises, often operated by women, provide income opportunity in regions with great poverty.
The collection, processing, and distribution of items collected at Angel Bins fundraisers provides countless employment opportunities in the US and abroad.
Here is a testimonial from our partner in South America:
Victoria Benita and Juleta Chambi, are part of an indigenous Bolivian tribe. They sell clothing and shoes at a flee market to support their families.