Thrift+ partners with Hush

At the recent Green Angel Syndicate pitch event in Scotland, co-hosted with the Chartered Banker Institute, Simon Thompson (CEO of the CBI) introduced the audience to The Green Finance Certificate™. This qualifications is designed to develop financial services professionals’ knowledge of the science behind, and the principles and practice of Green Finance. The Green Finance Certificate™ will set the benchmark for the knowledge and skill required by green finance professionals worldwide. The aim of the certificate is to help professionals understand what is meant by green finance, products and services, and to help them play a leading role in developing a sustainable banking and financial services industry with a renewed sense of social purpose. 

Areas of Study: 

The scientific underpinnings that have influenced the development and evolution of green finance products and services 

The significance of green finance’s vision, principles, strategy and performance measurement 

The range of green finance products and services 

The opportunities and challenges of mainstreaming green finance. 

To learn more about the Green Finance Certificate please use this link and click the Apply button 

From 28th January, the new arrangement between Thrift+ and Hush offers Hush customers the opportunity to add a Thrift+ to their basket at checkout, which they can use to donate clothing from any brand, not just Hush clothing.

Thrift+ then resells the clothing donating the proceeds of each sale to their chosen charity. Upon the sale of items, Hush customers will also be rewarded for their contribution with Thrift+ credit and a 10% discount offer on future Hush purchases.

As part of this arrangemnt, all Hush employees will also receive a free Thrift+ bag to donate second-hand pieces from their personal wardrobes.

Hush's founder Mandy Watkins said: "We are excited to announce our partnership with Thrift+ to launch a new takeback service, designed to give a new lease of life to clothes our customers don't wear anymore… and hopefully raise a bit of money for charity at the same time. Extending the life of our products and supporting the growth of the circular fashion movement is a significant part of our sustainability journey at Hush, so this represents an important step."

Thrift+, co-founder & CEO, Joe Metcalfe added: "We are delighted to be partnering with hush to offer an easy, transparent and rewarding way for Hush customers to donate their best second-hand clothes to their favourite charity. This represents our intention to help power the circular fashion economy and divert textile waste from landfill."

More in News

A cordial launch for Scottish Bee Company

Read more

Rovco wins major new contract

Read more

Johnathan Matlock at Sustainable Technology webinar

Read more