A school uniform recycling project has been launched across 11 different schools in Swansea.
The schools are donating second-hand items to the organisation, which aims to help more parents afford school uniforms.
The project, ABC-123, is charging £2 per item and £5 for three.
Organiser Sharon Rouse said some families are being referred to them from Swansea Council as they do not qualify for the Welsh Government Pupil Development Grant, which was designed to provide financial help for the poorest families.
The Welsh Government says it has recently introduced additional funding to support families with school costs.
The project is run from St David's Shopping Centre in Swansea.