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LONDON – British retailer Sainsbury’s has expanded its partnership with the Newlife charity for disabled children and will introduce clothing donation stations throughout its network of branches. 

Unwanted and faulty items are given to Newlife, which sells what it can to raise funds for its charitable services, whilst unsalvageable pieces will be handed to partnering recyclers and broken down into raw materials.  

Stephen Morgan, Newlife’s operations director, said: “We are so pleased that our trial with Sainsbury’s went well and that the new partnership will be rolled out to all Sainsbury’s stores on a long term basis. By working together we are making a huge difference to the planet and people and it means we can help more families in need.” 

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