OLD VERSION: Our charity partners
Our charity partners
Each year, notjust partners with charities to ensure each purchase contributes towards a cause we believe in. Across the last two Christmas periods, our customers have raised over £30,000 to help vulnerable people all over the world – from vulnerable children, to refugees, to the homeless.
This year, we continue to look at the biggest challenges currently faced by society, and have partnered with organisations we believe are making a huge impact when it comes to positive change.
2019’s flagship partnership sees the launch of an exclusive collection, designed and developed by notjust and Save the Children. We’ve pledged a minimum donation of £50,000, powered by profits from the range. Every penny raised goes to empowering children to build a better future and your contribution is helping to change lives.
The Save the Children Fund is a Registered Charity No. 213890 (England & Wales) and SC039570 (Scotland)
Kicking Off is a charity with a mission to unite communities around the world through sport, working with local charities and NGOs to organise and fund sports tournaments in areas in urgent need of support, such as educational supplies, medication and hygiene products.
We first worked with the charity in 2018, using profits from our flagship Gareth Southgate jumper to their campaign to host a football tournament in refugee camp in Lesbos, Greece.
Kicking Off registered charity details HERE
Equality Now is an international women’s rights organization that uses the power of the law to establish enduring equality for women and girls everywhere.
Equality Now registered charity details HERE
Remake is a nonprofit focused on making fashion a force for good. Their films and stories make fashion’s hidden impact on people and our planet visible, and through their #wearyourvalues campaign have inspired people to discover sustainable brands and buy better.
The fashion industry employs 75+ million people, mostly women in their early twenties that grapple with low wages, sexual harassment, and a lack of upward mobility. As well as this, around 8% of all greenhouse gas emissions come from the fashion industry. The organisation’s goal is to remake the closets of 1 million people with fashion that respects women and our planet.
Remake registered charity details HERE
- The Big Issue Foundation is the charitable arm of The Big Issue magazine. They create opportunities that will end poverty and exclusion for Big Issue vendors and our mission is to connect Big Issue vendors to the vital support and personal solutions that enable them to rebuild their lives.