Kringloop Schroeder has multiple second-hand stores throughout The Hague.They have lots of items on offer, including clothes and furniture! On top of providing cheaper items, Schroeder also offers work-study programs and work-experience. They also serve a sa community center, and can offer help, for example with applying for different government aids.
All their items are second-hand, which means that they are not contributing to more waste and instead upcycle and recycle already existing materials. In addition, by offering jobs especially to those who have no work experience or have had a difficult time in getting into the job market, they work to reduce poverty and unemployment and offer a better quality of life for many. Especially in the long term as working skills will help them in their future job search and careers...
No poverty: Schroeder Second Hand stores offers cheap and accessible items and necessities, such as clothes. This means that especially low-income households will have more funds to spend on other necessary goods and services.
Decent work and economic growth: The Schroeder Second Hand stores provides good working conditions and job offers to many who otherwise might not have good chances.
Responsible consumption and production: All items are second hand, recycled and/or upcycled products. Thus less waste is produced and materials already in the cycle will be given a new life