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Three non-profits that support people in poverty and help build a more sustainable Brussels – NASCIArlette & Sportswitchare organizing a major collection campaign in fifteen Community Centers with the support of N22!

NASCI provides material support to families in poverty. 

They are looking for children’s clothing and shoes (0-16y), clothing for young and future mothers, and baby bottles.

Arlette supports the network of the Brussels Babyteks. 

They are looking for all kinds of things young families and their babies need: baby carriers, baths, bouncers, monitors, etc.

Sportswitch is an affordable, sporty second-hand store.

They are looking for sportswear, trainers and sports accessories for both adults and children.

What makes us (not) happy?

Where can you drop off your items?

With no fewer than fourteen Brussels community centers spread throughout the region, there’s always a collection point near you! 

The map shows you which centers are participating and at what times you can drop off your items. 

Any questions? Shoot us an email.