Charity & Partners

We partner with incredible, purpose-led charities which operate globally to create respect, value and to improve quality of living. These charities are passionate about eradicating poverty in working with and restoring those affected by human trafficking.

We hope you will work with us to help make a difference. Throughout the year, we will run ‘sustainable funding’ months to raise awareness, highlight their cause and contribute to their work. Next funding month is November 2019.

 

 

ethical fashion womens clothing organic top

 

A21 Campaign

Millions of slaves.  A $150 billion industry.  Only 1% rescued.

A non-profit organisation A21, is fuelled by the radical hope that human beings everywhere will be rescued from bondage and completely restored. By supporting A21, we are joining with them as the new abolitionists of the 21st century.

Fact: there are more slaves in the world today than ever before in history. But, we’re standing alongside A21 in the fight against human trafficking because we believe that together, we can change that. We are helping to end slavery with A21 by reaching the vulnerable, rescuing the victim, and restoring the survivor. By shopping/working with us, you are too. Join the us in the fight for freedom.

 

ethical fashion womens clothing organic top

Freeset Global

Freeset USA is a Fair Trade non-profit in business for freedom from oppression, poverty, & ignorance. Their mission is to bring freedom to communities in West Bengal, India and beyond through employment & education.

Freeset India exists to offer employment to people who've been marginalized by society. Freeset India has strategically placed their facilities in communities written off by society because they believe these communities deserve to live a life of freedom.

 

ethical fashion womens clothing organic top fabric for freedom

 

Freeset global - ethical awareness in the fashion world

 

OneLess Bottle

Plastic pollution is one of the major issues affecting the ocean today. 

The #OneLess pioneer network is a group of organisations that are leading the London's refill revolution. All the #OneLess pioneers are working to reduce or eliminate single-use plastic bottled water and encourage and enable 'refilling' instead. 

Join other communities and organisations like Fabric For Freedom championing a new refill culture and saying no to plastic. 

Make a personal pledge to stop using single-use plastic water bottles and instead use a refillable bottle.  Be part of the solution.

 

plastic pollution sustainable fashion no plastic bottles refill instead