Buy a box. Support a worker for a week.

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Support for 72488 families and counting.

If Coronavirus doesn't kill my workers, then starvation will.

Factory Owner - Bangladesh 

We're in the midst of a humanitarian crisis

Due to Coronavirus, leading brands have cancelled orders for over $2 billion USD worth of clothes that have already been produced. This leaves millions of workers in countries like Bangladesh unpaid, and at risk of starvation. 

There is no safety net for them. 

We can't sit back and do nothing, allow these families to starve, and potentially let the clothes go to landfill.

We want you to have these clothes. That’s why the team at Mallzee created Lost Stock, a box of clothing chosen for you, with a massive 50% discount off RRP, that supports these workers and prevents waste.

Each box supports a worker and their family for a week and our goal is to help 100,000 workers and their families. 

Buy a box and support a worker.

How it works

Step 1

Select women's or menswear, then answer a couple of short questions during the checkout process to tell us a little bit about your style.

Step 2

We’ll select tops, t-shirts and shirts for you that would have been stocked by top high street brands, and will otherwise be headed for landfill.

Step 3

In the next few weeks, a tailored box of clothes will arrive in the post - with huge savings guaranteed! You get 50% better value and each box supports a worker.

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LOST STOCK BOX

Includes at least 3 items of clothing from top brands.

This supports a worker and their family for one week.

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Transparency

Transparency is at the heart of Lost Stock, that’s why we’ve committed to showing you how every pound we get is spent.

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Helping workers

We're trying to work with as many factories as we can to help mitigate the impact on their workers due to loss of earnings.

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Your box, your style

When you go to purchase your box we’ll ask you a few questions about your style. 

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