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Online consignment hub Fashion Project just secured $1.8 million in funding, cementing its status as a Boston start-up to keep tabs on. For every consigned item, the nonprofit donates 60% to the charity of the seller's choice—thus allowing shoppers to buy curated high end secondhand items for a good cause. [Tech Crunch]