RILA and Good360 Partner To Package Personal Care Kits for Veterans

At the Retail Sustainability and Environmental Compliance Conference (RSECC), the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) partnered with Good360 to offer a kitting station for attendees to package personal care kits for veterans in the Washington, DC, area.

The 400 completed kits, comprised of home improvement tools and other household items, will be distributed by the nonprofit U.S. Vets.

“As we bring together retail executives from across the country to discuss how to make the industry run more sustainably, one major focus is finding ways to support the communities in which we operate. That’s why we’re happy to team up with Good360 this year to offer a way for attendees to give back,” states Adam Siegel, RILA’s senior vice president, research, innovation, & sustainability. “Together we assembled 400 personal care kits that will be distributed to local Washington, DC, veterans through the nonprofit U.S. Vets.”

“We thank RILA and the retailers and individuals who helped provide necessities to homeless vets,” says Richard Barney, executive vice president of partnership development for Good360. “At Good360, we’re going to move well over $400 million dollars in donated product to charities across the nation and the world in 2016 – and more than 90 percent of that comes from RILA member companies. By giving these returned and overstocked products a second life, we reduce landfills and help others.”

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