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A portion of all our revenue from sales goes to organisations dedicated to raising awareness and taking positive action to protect both the vulnerable people working in apparel and the marine habitats and wildlife that are essential to the wellbeing of this planet we call home.
We are dedicated to fighting the injustice of modern-day slavery in the global garment industry, where fast fashion is perpetuating the problem of labour trafficking, forced labour, unlivable wages, and unsafe working conditions.
Our chosen charity does just this. But so that they can remain independent and effective they cannot accept corporate funding, in case fashion brands or retailers falsely represent the acceptance of donations as an endorsement of their brand. This is a stance that we totally respect, which is why we don’t list the charity name here, and our support is in the form of private giving in line with our pledge to pay a portion of every sale to projects that make a difference.
The not-for-profit organisation we support is a UK registered charity.
Coral reefs are one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems on earth. Reef-World’s roots were founded on bringing basic marine ecology to fishing villages and local communities in Thailand since 1999. Today they operate internationally to support governments and communities around the world in sustainable consumption and production of coastal resources and marine life.
Reef-World believes that nobody wants to harm the very environment we rely on to survive and that by investing in educating people they can achieve conservation impact on the ground and in the reefs.
Their mission is “To inspire and empower people to act in conserving and sustainably developing coastal resources, particularly coral reefs and related ecosystems.”
The Reef-World Foundation is a UK registered charity (Number 1157096).
Just One Ocean was founded by David Jones in 2014. Having travelled the world as a diver and an underwater photographer, David saw for himself the devastation that the human race was having on our environment and our oceans in particular.
He joined the Plastic Oceans Foundation when it was first formed in 2009 and has worked tirelessly since then to reduce the impact of plastic pollution in our oceans. During this time he was increasingly exposed to more and more of the other problems our oceans face and as a result, while he still concentrates on marine plastic pollution, he set up Just One Ocean to raise awareness surrounding all ocean issues.
Just One Ocean is a UK registered charity (Number 1180364).