Bitcoin Cash Clothing Charity Expands to 12 Cities Across Canada

Bitcoin Cash Clothing Charity Expands to 12 Cities Across Canada

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According to a recent report, just a year after its launch, Coins 4 clothes, a cryptocurrency charity which gives people rewards in the form of bitcoin cash for donating their fairly used clothing has announced its expansion to a dozen cities across Canada.

Coins 4 clothes are Live in 12 Cities

The organisation which has its headquarters situated in Toronto now operates in Whistler, Calgary, Oakville, Quebec city, Vancouver, Hamilton, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Edmonton, and Red Deer.

This was confirmed in a recent tweet which reads:
We are live with our Canadian expansion! Residents of #Toronto #Hamilton #Oakville #Vancouver #Whistler #Montreal #QuebecCity #Calgary #Reddeer #Edmonton #Winnipeg& #Saskatoon can earn Crypto-currency (#BCH) when they donate clothes to a local charity!

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As a result, people living in any of these cities can check out local charitable options on the organisation’s website which was designed in such a way that it ensures the donations are being utilised judiciously and that the clothing items are really being given to people who really need them.
Coins 4 Clothes was launched in February 2018 and it will be celebrating its one year anniversary this month. It has helped in the donation of over 3,200 pieces clothing and also, it has attracted 43 cloth sellers to open new bitcoin cash wallets by purchasing more items from them using BCH donations it had raised from the community.
Support for Coins 4 clothes
Charitable options available for Canadians to support Coins for Clothes includes an organisation which helps homeless women find clothes that are appropriate for new jobs and job interviews.
A group which provides vulnerable women and their babies with clothing, educational, and vocational.
A group which provides babies born to families in extreme need with basic essentials for their first year of life.
Charities which help homeless people with basic needs of clothing, food and shelter, and more. As an individual who lives in Canada, you can also nominate another charity in your city that you think will fit in the program.