top of page
wp6488927-dark-blue-geometric-wallpapers.jpg

global initiative

Our Global Initiative projects are an organized effort integrating the involvement of organizations, individuals, and leaders around the world to address a global issue such as world hunger, community development and healthcare awareness.
MapChart_Map (1).png
1200px-Flag_of_Guyana.svg.png
GUYANA
Our HUMANITARIAN PROJECT
So, you’re ready to spring-clean your closet. You have a lot of clothes that you don’t wear anymore, and you’re ready for new ones. Well, you’re probably wondering what to do with all the old clothes. STOP! Don’t throw them away, DONATE!
Environmental Impact
When you donate your clothes, you are saving the environment from a lot of harm. According to the EPA, it costs $45 on average per ton to dispose of waste in a landfill. Clothing that sits in landfill releases toxic greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide and methane into the environment when they break down. Lastly, making new clothes takes hundreds of gallons of water, and the production of new textiles accounts for 10% of all carbon emissions on the planet.  These things can be avoided if you donate your clothes for reuse.
Reuse for people in need

Even though you don’t want your old clothes anymore, believe me, someone else will. There are many people in need of usable clothing. We have disaster victims, underprivileged people, and children in need of clothing, and your donations can help. When you throw away your clothes, they have no chance of reaching people who need them the most.

The Lady Storm Foundation, Inc. supports the underserved areas of Guyana with clothing and back-to-school supply drives. This collective effort between the LSF and local community leaders in Guyana makes it possible to attend schools and sustain classrooms. 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Over 9000 families served
IMG-7550
press to zoom
0
press to zoom
122888718_3527963990629791_945496349729954470_o
press to zoom
1/1
INDIA

Project “School Supply Drive” in the works

SOUTH AFRICA

Project “Food Distribution Drive” in the works

bottom of page