Country Road and Red Cross Fashion Trade

Do you have some old Country Road clothing you were thinking of donating or selling but are still shoved in the back of the wardrobe? I know I do!

Well, now you can be rewarded for donating unwanted Country Road clothing or accessories when you donate them to Red Cross. I know we shouldn’t be rewarded for doing good but I will happily accept this offer.

Simply donate any pre-loved Country Road clothing or accessories for woman, man, child and home (excluding hosiery, intimate apparel and swimwear) from now until July 9 2020 to your local Country Road Store or Red Cross Store. For donating you’ll receive an immediate reward: a $10 voucher to say thank you for each donation (capped at 5 vouchers per customer).

Items must be shop quality, as judged by a Red Cross or Country Road Store’s team member. This means that an item is not damaged, is clean, has no tears, is not out of shape, has no missing parts and is in a condition fit for re-sale in a Red Cross retail store. Country Road or Red Cross employees or volunteers will determine whether or not an item is shop-quality

Your Country Road clothing, scarves and homewares can be turned into a daily phone call to help elderly Australians stay safe and independent at home, a shower and a hot meal for teenagers facing homelessness, or clean drinking water for communities living in poverty.


You can redeem one $10 Fashion Trade voucher per full priced transaction of $50 or more at any Country Road store (excluding David Jones, Myer and Fashion Trade vouchers are now valid for 6 months from the date of issue.

Here are some of our favourite pieces from the current women’s range you might want to use your voucher/s on:

Clockwise: Stripe Lurex Maxi Dress, Porto Wedge Espadrille, Lightweight Stripe Top and Sienna Pearl Hoop earrings.

And who doesn’t love Country Road’s homewares?

Clockwise: Brae King Quilt Cover, Leah Large VaseLoft Marble Tray and Heritage Logo Mug.

Do you love Country Road as much as we do?

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