Hands of Honour collects obsolete stock to transform into upcycled goods. Much of this waste is provided through partnerships with the corporate sector and would otherwise end up in landfills. Workers process the waste, either rehabilitating material or stripping goods for sale of parts.
Proceeds from this have two benefits:
- First, it provides salaries for workers who otherwise have no work options available to them
have no work options available to them.
- Second, profits are invested in derelict community spaces, focusing on public spaces which have become havens for anti-social behavior