Savanna Rags International

Textile recycling across continents

Family-owned business Savanna Rags International has successfully grown its operations from 20 employees to being one of the largest textile recyclers in the country. Robin Nierynck reports. Article taken from Letsrecycle.com – see original article...

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Helping Liz

As per the Chad article at the beginning of November, we have been pleased to be able to support Liz Sheppard in her battle with cancer and Savanna give her all of our best...

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Recycling with the community at its heart

We have an article in the Mansfield Chronicle Advertiser this week about our company, how we work and what we do…. Savanna Rags is one of the East Midlands best kept secrets but it is a company doing great things at home and abroad.. And while it is a firm which...

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Using Second Hand Clothing to Fund Charitable Work

Every nonprofit charity faces the challenge of fundraising, and since the requests for assistance are great, the need to find diverse revenue streams is paramount. One way some charities are increasing their coffers is by reselling second hand clothing to textile...

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Savanna Rags – UK Charitable Sector

Savanna Rags International Limited are very proud to be a substantial service provider to the Charitable sector in the UK. We offer a comprehensive all round service. From logistical support, collection services, document processing through to a sustainable financial...

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Mansfield Rotary Club Courage Awards

Savanna Rags International Ltd is proud to be able to support the Mansfield Rotary Club Courage Awards this year and is looking forward to attending the Awards on the 6th of March at the Civic Centre in Mansfield. The Courage Awards recognise and pay tribute to local...

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Visit by Simon Weston OBE 06th March 2012

Falklands war hero and veteran Simon Weston OBE paid a visit to Savanna Rags International Ltd in Mansfield prior to his speaking engagement at the Mansfield Rotary Club Courage Awards this week. The former Welsh Guardsman who received serious injuries when the Sir...

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iCentre Clothing Bank

Mansfield’s Heroes Memorial Fund has received backing from Nottinghamshire Innovation Centres in its aim to raise funds to support local ex-service men and women.  The Centres are run by Oxford Innovation which agreed to have one of the Fund’s clothing recycling...

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Clothing Donations Add Up

A school won £500 after it donated more clothing and shoes to a charity project than any other in Nottinghamshire. Children and parents at Chuter Ede Primary School, Balderton, donated 1,555kgs to the National Police Aid Convoys clothing bank during the 2011-12 school...

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