Gotlands nation and FUF’s local group in Uppsala invite you to our 10th Clothing Swap Day (also called Nordic Swap Day) to find your perfect Uni wardrobe!
Information about the event
Sunday the 12th of March, Submission between 13:00 – 15:00. Exchange between 17:00 – 18:00.
– It’s free: no nation card is required to enter
– The submission takes place in the room called Gulan
– You are allowed to bring unlimited amount of clothes BUT you can only get 10 tickets
– One garment corresponds to one ticket
– We only accept clothing (indoor garments and outwear), bags/backpacks and shoes, most be fresh and whole
– Garments that nobody picks will be donated to Röda Korset second hand shop (you will not get your clothes back)
What can a Clothes Swap Day contribute with?
People are shopping far too much and it affects the environment and all life in different ways around the world. The wear-and-tear-trend is not durable. But as a broke Uni student you still want to have a fun wardrobe. A Clothes Swap Day is a fun, social and completely free activity where no nation card is required which gives concrete environmental benefit. If you do not know what to wear, if you have clothes at home that you are tired of or no longer fit into, you now have the chance to refresh your wardrobe or maybe find something to give to a friend or family. You get rid of some clothes, which become new and uplifting for someone else. It’s a win-win concept!
Organizer: Home and Culture Committee (HK-nämnden) Gotlands Nation together with co-host Föreningen för Utvecklingsfrågor (The Swedish Development Forum, FUF)
About FUF Uppsala
The Swedish Deveopment Forum’s (FUF’s) local group in Uppsala consists of young people and students in Uppsala who, through our membership in FUF, want to increase our own and others’ knowledge about global challenges and injustices. In the past, FUF’s local group in Uppsala has organized lectures and film screenings about, for example, the protests in Iran, climate change in Latin America, the illegal deforestation of the Amazon and the criminalization of women’s bodies through the abolition of the right to abortion. FUF Uppsala is non-profit and has no profit interest. Leftover clothes will be given to charity. During the clothing-swap, you can also try FUF Uppsala’s quiz about sustainable consumption and production!