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Making waves of love & inspiration, the 2nd time around

The Street Store popped up once again at Lagro Elementary School on February 9, 2019 to help out indigent students and their parents. The day was perfect to a tee! The donations were just right for the shoppers, 30 volunteers showed up to do the hard work, the weather was nice and sunny! 💖

All in all, we distributed over 3,500 items that we collected at The Good Trade to over 500 shoppers. It was a light, cheerful morning packed with inspiration and love. This has to be one of the best Street Stores yet! ✨

High fives to everyone who helped out, especially to Data Spring for being one of our partners in this event.

A heartfelt thank you

We would love to thank the organizers, the volunteers and all the donors for helping out the homeless community with so much love. Taking the time out of your day to help others is one of the most special things that you can do. We hope to see more Street Stores in the Philippines soon!

--Kayli, Founder

This pop-up at Fairview was nothing short of amazing. It left me feeling so inspired that it served as a much needed reminder of why I do what I do. These kinds of moments are everything and I'm happy to have you on this journey with us. Thank you muchos muchos muchos!

-Jana, Organizer


What The Street Store donors & volunteers are saying

I love the idea of the Street Store where people get a chance to choose what they need without having to shell out cash. At the same time, be able to put unused, good quality items to use again. I learned about this initiative online made me want to be a part of it. :)
My heart was so full seeing the shoppers find joy in items that were donated. It shows that what we really can "Create Good when we do more with what we have."
Volunteering gives so much joy in my heart. It's my way of showing my love and care to the world.


The Street Store is the world's first rent-free, premises-free, free pop-up clothing store for the homeless, found entirely on the street and stocked by donations. This movement started in Cape Town, Africa on January 2014 and has spread all over the world. |


When we do more with what we have, we create good.

Create Good's initiatives are spurred by the act of reusing and repurposing existing, pre-owned goods for the greater good. Whether it's through Street Store, Re-Store or Refresh, our actions are aimed at challenging the norms of giving back and forming a deeper connection with the community.

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