The coronavirus outbreak has affected everyone, disrupting travel, global trade, commerce, tourism, investment and supply chains.
Here at Stitch Lab we know how important it is to support local communities, and we are committed to help. Miami is our hometown and we want to be part of the jumpstart to our economy, that is why we have joined two amazing local projects focused on improving the economy in our city.
The UpCycle Project is a nonprofit agency focused on creative circular solutions to transform textile waste into valuable raw materials to build a more resourceful world.
Feed the Chain is a social initiative created The Hungry Post, designed to keep South Florida’s food system alive and provide food to those in need.
HOW ARE WE HELPING?
We are now selling handmade face masks produced by the UpCycle Project with local seamstresses that lost their jobs due to the pandemic, helping supplement their income during these tough times.
For each sale, Stitch Lab will donate 100% of the profits to Feed The Chain in order to help our food and service industry in Miami, while raising awareness on the impact of the fashion industry on our community and the planet. To find out more about our partners visit: