We are running a program to take back jerseys no longer in use from the veteran players and selling these pre-loved treasures to active players in the community.
It is a coming together of generations to celebrate the spirit of the community through circularity in apparel.
The fashion industry is historically responsible for enormous amounts of water consumption and CO2 emissions.
Textile dyeing is the second largest polluter of clean water globally, only after agriculture.
Then there is the enormous waste creation and land use.
We can all play our part in reducing our carbon footprint through the fashion choices we make.
Not every person is skilled or has the capacity to make their own. But our purchase habits can be tweaked.
Buy fewer clothes. Buy only sustainably-sourced and produced. Buy pre-loved.