Submit your results

To be eligible for a prize, all participants must submit a final entry by November 16. 

Please note: that you do not need the final weight of the clothes you collected to submit your results. Value Village's non-profit collection partners will weigh and record the amount of material at time of pick-up. Recycling Council of Ontario will send you your totals by the end of November to let you know how your school did. 

Step 1. Your contact information
Important: For verification purposes, please ensure the information in this section matches the information entered when registering. You can verify this by checking your confirmation email received at registration.
Staff contact information
Students are welcome to submit final results on behalf of their registered school; however please include the contact information of the staff member used when registering for the challenge.
Step 2. School information
If your school has students from JK- grade 8 please only enter how many students are from 9 -12.
3. Tell us your results!
Community Engagement Submissions
Please use the following sections to describe how your school got involved in each category for the #IGiveAShirt Challenge. In addition to submitting your initiatives on social media using the hashtag #IGiveAShirt, written submissions will be evaluated and used to determine community engagement prizes - so don't forget to provide full details! If your school has submissions in Word, Powerpoint, etc. please email to giveashirt@rco.on.ca
Awarded to a school in each eligible province that comes up with the most innovative solution to reducing textiles waste through circular economy. Possible solutions could include innovative products, services, policies, or business practices. Submissions will be accepted through the social media hashtag #IGiveAShirt and the post-challenge final results form. Please skip this question if you are not participating in this prize category.
Awarded to a school in each eligible province that creatively show their eco fashion " through reuse, repair, and upcycling. Sample ideas: Organize an eco fashion show using upcycled textiles and thrift store finds, DIY fashion projects, Vintage Day, creating an eco-fashion line. Please skip this question if you are not participating in this prize category.
Awarded to a school in each eligible province that best engaged their community by promoting the clothing collection drive and spreading the word on textiles waste. Sample ideas: Class presentations, school or community clothing swaps, art installations, media outreach, community events. Please skip this question if you are not participating in this prize category.
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