No business is an island! We love being part of a thriving local and global community. Over the years, we’ve been lucky to work with and support many wonderful organisations, charities and art centres, including:

  • Givit. We donated over $11,000 to assist with the recovery after the floods in NSW and QLD in March 2022

  • Red Cross. We donated over $8000 in January 2020 after the devastating fires along the East Coast of Australia

  • Trust For Nature. An organisation creating covenants on private land to protect diversity. We donated over $4000 in September 2021

  • Oxfam. We donated over $2000 to support artisans in India during the 2021 Covid-19 lockdown
  • Indigenous Literacy Foundation. We donated a percentage of sales in December 2020

  • Djirra. We donated over $1000 to this service providing support to Indigenous families experiencing family violence in 2021.

  • Clean Water 4 ArtisansWe donated $1300 to Mehera Shaw's water filtration plant in India in 2018.

  • RRR community radio station. We’ve donated five bags to their radiothons every year since 2007. Long live community radio

  • Bush Heritage Australia. A not-for-profit purchasing land of high conservation value, partnering with Aboriginal groups to protect and conserve ecologically important land across the nation. Our SS 11/12 collection, created in connection with BHA and featuring the artworks of locals artists Anna Reidy, Jess Irvin and Clare James, highlighted some of Australia’s endangered orchid species. We donated 20% of the profits to BHA

  • The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre. An organisation that really demonstrates the power of a caring community. We have donated a number of times over the years

  • Injalak Arts. An Aboriginal owned, not-for-profit social enterprise based in the Northern Territory, dedicated to empowering its members with a program of positive social, economic and cultural projects. We collaborated with Injalak Arts on our HOME 2016 collection, which featured their designs and prints

  • Care InternationalCare International helped to connect us with our Filipino weavers, who produced the woven mats of our HOME 2016 collection

  • Women Weave. A Fair Trade accredited charitable trust devoted to the economic and social empowerment of women weavers across India. We donated during the Covid-19 pandemic to support artisans that experienced cancelled orders and were left without work

We also pride ourselves on making regular donations of product and fabric and leather scraps to local primary schools, kindergartens and organisations all the year round.