By 2028 the used-fashion market is set to skyrocket in value to $64 billion in the U.S., while fast-fashion will only reach $44 billion. Reasons range from affordability to variety, perceptions of sustainability, and a generation of consumers who donate, such as urban millennials. In 2015, Americans tossed 32 billion pounds of textiles, including clothes, bedsheets, towels and rags, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Many though choose to donate to organizations such as Goodwill, where 84 percent of revenues go into job training to help people become economically self-sufficient. Locating stores in diverse neighborhoods, Goodwill brings affordability closer to consumers who need it while at the same time, helps bring people of diverse backgrounds and incomes together due to the retailer’s efforts to expand its clientele.