Breathing new life into old cloth

Maria (in pink) and Nik Suzila (in green) dropping off old clothes in the Kloth Cares bin placed at the Petaling Jaya MP’s office. With them are Kain Movement co-founders (from left) Birly, Amiruddin, Chai, Wong and Ng.

IF you cleared out your closet or did some spring cleaning Marie Kondo-style recently, why not donate your unused clothing and old linen to a worthy cause.

Kain Movement is a social enterprise set up to empower B40 women to earn a side income by upcycling used fabric into new, everyday items.

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Just RM5 per month.

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