Humana Estonia was established in 2000 by Humana sister organizations from Finland and Lithuania. Our goal is to raise funds through second hand trade to finance global development cooperation projects. The main activities in Estonia are collection, sorting and retail sale of second-hand clothing in Humana stores.
By 2019, the outdoor collection network is in operation in three Estonian cities – Tallinn, Tartu and Kuressaare.
The sorting center is located in the Tänasssilma technology park and about 160 tons of clothes are sorted per week in the center.
Humana operates 22 stores in 10 Estonian cities.
Humana Estonia is part of the International Humana Peolpe to People Federation, which operates in 43 countries around the world.
European and North American Humana organizations are mainly involved in collecting, sorting and selling used clothing, and with environmental and global citizenship education.
Organizations in Africa, South America and Asia are mainly engaged in the implementation of educational, health and environmental programs.