Fashion retailers make donations after earthquake in Turkey and Syria

Fashion retailers make donations after earthquake in Turkey and Syria

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Like after the Russian invasion of Ukraine a year ago, clothing companies are mobilising to help those in Turkey and Syria affected by the earthquake of February 6. To date, the earthquake has caused the death of more than 33,000 people in the two countries, where several fashion brands are established and source their products from local manufacturers. Here is a non-exhaustive overview of the actions taken.

The Red Cross and the Red Crescent are helping in all the affected areas – IFRC

Sports giant Decathlon

Decathlon employees in Turkey collected and sent materials to the affected areas, including warm clothing and winter equipment, amounting to one million euros. In addition, Decathlon says it has set up a €1 million solidarity fund managed by the King Baudouin Foundation to support NGOs in the area. The chain’s employees around the world are invited to contribute if they wish.

The Spanish group InditexZaraBershkaStradivarius

Its competitor, the Swedish group H&M

The Scandinavian group has also ensured the safety of its teams, as has the Iberian chain Mango

Amazon truck ready to leave, packed with radiators – Amazon

American giant Amazon

On the luxury side, the luxury group KeringGucciBalenciagaLouis VuittonDieselMarni

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