Liberty Recycling is a nationally recognized model social enterprise delivering quality drug rehabilitation program combined with certified training and education resulting in real progression for participants into mainstream opportunities
Liberty Recycling is a caring idea that grew in Dublin’s Iveagh Markets from the Moloney Family’s time trading used clothes in the market.
The market closed in in 1995 but a group led by Philip Moloney came together with the idea of involving the community in a clothes recycling initiative to provide employment and training to local people affected by drugs.
Liberties Recycling was set up under Merchant’s Quay Ireland as Community Employment scheme with 8 trainees. The project opened a charity shop on Meath Street, the first of many to come.
Now employing over 65 people, liberty’s recycling is dedicated to expanding to help as many people as possible become free from addiction.
Our Mission & Vision
Liberty Recycling aims to provide a supportive work environment to people affected by drugs to progress into mainstream employment, training and further education.
It is our goal to develop a rehabilitation and training team within Liberty Recycling offering a wide range of support, reference, guidance, aftercare and supported progression to those affected by addiction.
Our mission and vision is a realization that we are resilient. We acknowledge a deep gratitude to present and past Board members whose energy and enthusiasm have brought a vision and steely determination to the growth of this enterprise.
As our trainees overcome life experiences that would flatten and depress others, we owe it to them to equally face every challenge and setback with determination and confidence.
Aengus O Snodaigh TD
Retail Area Manager
Trainee Key Worker
Tons of Recycling
Years Of Helping
What We Do
Liberty Recycling is a textiles recycling social enterprise that aims to provide people affected by drugs with the stability, work experience, skills and confidence needed to move into mainstream employment, training and further education, all within a supportive work environment.
We have 180 nationwide clothing recycling banks where the public can support us by donating their clothes, shoes and textiles.
We collect, sort, grade and pack used clothing for reuse in clothes markets in developing countries, and for sale in our charity shops.
We are the only project that provide rehabilitation, training and practical work experience all within a supportive environment.
Get Involved Today
We have an ongoing recruitment in our factory and charity shops.