A material difference: Businesses pitch in to support Ottawa Clothing Drive

From left, Craft&Crew CEO Dave Hale, New Purveyors' Matt Richling and his colleague Lauren Lozier, marketing specialist for the real estate team, and Trexity CEO Alok Ahuja

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For Trexity CEO and co-founder Alok Ahuja, there was no hesitation in helping Richling. “When he approached and said, ‘Alok, this is what I want to do,’ I said, ‘I don’t care what it is, I’m in’,” said Ahuja.

Starting Friday, Trexity will be collecting clothing donations by hitting hundreds of pickup points. “As much as we want to help, we also don’t want to drive all over town and destroy our carbon footprint,” said Ahuja of their plans to bundle pickups based on geographically dense regions within the city.

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