We partner with the National Homeless Collective to donate underwear one-for-one to those in need.


We are incredibly proud of the underwear that we are able to donate. One day, we found thousands of meters of elastic at one of our factories that was destined for landfill, and this sparked a transformation in our design. We now utilise all of our factories' deadstock – from other customers cancelled orders, half rolls, left over elastic to create the underwear we give away. The special thing is, they are all different.

We have a close 10-year relationship with this factory that makes our donation underwear, based on mutual trust. They have been using BCI and organic cotton, as well as Oeko-Tex non-toxic dyes, for many years to unsure their fabrics are safe.


The National Homeless Collective.

The National Homeless Collective is a local Australian charity that provide programs and resources for people experiencing homelessness, domestic violence and social disadvantage.

Kara House

Kara House provides support to women and children affected by domestic and family violence. They offer crisis accommodation, outreach and emotional support to those in need, and are waiting on new donations.

Days for Girls

In many areas of the world, having your period means not going to school. Days for Girls creates critical period packs and sewing circles to prevent girls from leaving their education in developing parts of the world.

Darwin Aboriginal & Islander Women's Shelter (DAIWS)

DAIWS provide safe shelters for Indigenous women experiencing domestic violence or homelessness.

If you have an organisation that needs underwear donations, please contact us.