Uniformerly is an award-winning online school uniform marketplace, where parents & PTAs can buy, sell, give away & recycle outgrown school uniform.
Make money by selling outgrown school uniform items to other parents at your child’s school and cut costs by buying items for your children too.
Sell or give away donated uniform items to your parents – put your pre-loved school uniform shop online with Uniformerly and help to raise valuable funds for important projects at your school.
And the best bit...they’re completely free to use!
Click below to join and start using Uniformerly to raise funds for your PTA today – you can be up and running in less time than it takes to make a cup of tea!
Step 1: Go to uniformerly.co.uk/register and fill in your details (it takes seconds).
Step 2: Add a free PTA Boost of Shop depending on your requirements – both options provide extra benefits for free.
Step 3: Start listing your uniform items for sale.
Step 4: Tell your parents about your new online school uniform shop.
Step 5: Simply wait for orders from parents to arrive directly into your inbox.
They’re here to make your online uniform shop successful. Uniformerly are confident you won’t need their help to get started, but if you do, they’re just a message away...
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‘A fantastic initiative that’s great for parents and the environment!’ – Catherine, Northumberland
‘What a brilliant idea! Uniforms get so expensive!’ – Kate, London
‘Helping parents with cost-cutting whilst also promoting recycling is a terrific initiative, especially when coupled with a passion for the environment.’ – Laurence Robertson, MP, Tewkesbury
‘What an amazing idea! Can’t believe we haven’t been doing this.’ – Emma, Cumbria
‘Thank you so much for your amazing website, it’s making a big difference to our parents.’ – Kat, Bath
‘Sustainable and affordable – ticks all the boxes.’ – Melanie, Buckinghamshire
‘A brilliant way of helping families whilst also promoting sustainability and ensuring good clothes do not go to waste.’ – Boris Johnson, former Prime Minister