GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. — As many of us are preparing for the colder months ahead by rotating to our fall clothes, we find our kids have outgrown a lot of them since the last season.
But, instead of throwing those garments away, how about extending their life by reselling them online.
That's the idea behind Kidizen.
Kidizen, a mom-powered community that helps parents shop and sell quality secondhand kids’ fashion, is launching two new programs to extend the life of clothes with the aim of reducing waste.
You can learn more on their website, here.
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