Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably already heard of KC Concepcion’s efforts to help fight hunger as a long-time ambassador of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP). Aside from personally going to feeding programs, KC has also been making the extra effort to raise more money for the cause. She took part in helping in Nepal after the life shattering earthquake that hit in 2012, even working in collaboration with photographer friend Mark Nicdao to raise funds via an auction. She also launched KC’s Closet, an attempt to find her pre-loved clothes a new home and at the same time gather capital to be able to help more. Reaching out to her friends to join her, the celebrity bazaar started gaining popularity and proved to be a success.
But in this day and age where everything is accessed online, KC decided to take the e-commerce plunge and launch kcscloset.com to widen her reach. KC and WFP use food as incentive for primary school children to attend and stay in school, and what’s nice about her site is that below the price of each of her pieces, you will see exactly how many meals your purchase is equivalent to.
Take these green Manolo Blahnik pumps, for example. Originally priced at P27,000, KC is now selling it for only P18,000. That's equal to 2700 school meals!
KC bought this Balenciaga silk dress for P 67,500 and is now selling it for P40,500. It's equivalent is as much as 6750 school meals!
Amazing right? Luxury goods you can get for less, and all just a click away. The best part is that just by shopping, you are already helping make a change in the future of these children. What are you waiting for? Spread the word and check out kcscloset.com now before all the pieces sell out.