Rohan’s “Gift Your Gear” initiative: donate unwanted outdoor gear and receive a 15% discount in store

Do you have an old waterproof jacket or an unloved fleece that hasn’t seen the light of day? Donate it to Rohan and receive 15% off any full price purchase in store throughout March.

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British outdoor clothing supplier, Rohan, is urging outdoor enthusiasts to donate their unwanted outdoor clothing to their Gift Your Gear campaign.

The clothing retailer will then donate all usable gear to community organisations, youth groups and charities working with young people in the outdoors. All donations will be reused for their original purpose and not traded or sent to a landfill.

As well as making a difference to various charitable organisations, anyone making a donation will also be offered a 15% discount on their next purchase made at the same time.

Gift Your Gear founder, Sarah Howcroft, said:

Most outdoor gear will last much longer than we need it to, its full potential is never realised. The outdoor gear you donate will make a real difference to community organisations, youth groups and charities who receive it.

Since the campaign began in 2012, Gift Your Gear has donated 90,000 items, supporting over 1,000 community organisations, youth groups and charities.

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How it works

Where can you donate?  At all Rohan stores nationwide.

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When to donate? The next donation period takes place from now to April 1st 2018.

What can you donate? Usable outdoor clothing, regardless of the brand. Anything from waterproof jackets to walking trousers or fleeces will be accepted.

Can gear be donated without making a purchase? Yes, all donations are appreciated.

How do I receive my reward?  When you make a qualifying Gift Your Gear donation Rohan will extend a 15% discount off any full price purchase made in store at the same time.  Please note the discount is per transaction and not based on the number of items donated.

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