The Impact of Fairtrade Cotton Uniform

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The Impact of Fairtrade Cotton Uniform

Let’s face it, school uniform isn’t something that most students look forward to putting on each day. They would much rather wear the latest fashions and wear what they want.

But, in most cases they can’t. They are obliged to wear what their school directs.

So knowing that uniform has to be worn, why don’t you help them to make a difference in the world, as responsible Global Citizens?

Give your students an opportunity to help others in the world very much less fortunate than themselves, and embrace Koolskools school uniform made with Fairtrade cotton.

By wearing Koolskools ethically made school uniform you can make a positive impact in the world in the following ways:

  • The farmers that grow our cotton are receiving a fair price for the cotton they grow, and can therefore embrace sustainable farming and improve their livelihoods.
  • They also receive the Fairtrade social premium which allows them to invest in their communities and build a better future.
  • The workers in our principal factory get paid 20%+ above the national minimum wage.
  • There is no child labour in our factories.
  • Our cotton is also grown organically, so there is much less of a negative impact on the environment.
  • From 2019 all of the polyester in the Koolskools Fairtrade core range garments will be recycled from human resource waste – plastic bottles etc. So when buying and wearing our Fairtrade school uniform, students are also helping to protect our planet.

HELP OUR NEW GENERATION OF CONSUMERS MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD SOURCE ETHICALLY, AND CHOOSE FAIRTRADE COTTON. IT IS NOT AS DIFFICULT AS YOU MIGHT THINK…

Students of a long-standing Koolskools client school, Bitterne Park, receiving a national Business Enterprise Council Award for their efforts to sell Koolskools ethically produced garments made with Fairtrade cotton from their school shop
Students of a long-standing Koolskools client school, Bitterne Park, receiving a national Business Enterprise Council Award for their efforts to sell Koolskools ethically produced garments made with Fairtrade cotton from their school shop
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