Giving Back

"100% donations are sent to carefully selected projects, with a focus on women & girls' empowerment" 
Jeremy Meltzer, Founder, i=Change

We have partnered with i=change to give back to three causes that are close to our heart.

  

Protect A Woman

Existing services cannot meet the demand for emergency crisis accommodation for women who are homeless or escaping domestic violence. More than 50% of women seeking shelter are turned away every night. Across Australia, this equates to over 50,000 women nightly.

Women unable to access shelters are left vulnerable, disconnected from community and support networks.

Women’s Community Shelters are dedicated to providing women and children with a safe place to stay.

$50 provides a hot meal and a safe, comfortable place to stay for one nighy

 

Post-Fire Support

Hundreds of thousands of Australian children have been affected by bushfires. Experiencing a disaster of this nature can have a harrowing long-term impact on a child’s emotional wellbeing.

Save the Children is running Child Friendly Spaces, providing children with a safe place to socialise, play and simply be children again.

In the longer-term, Save will focus on supporting children’s emotional recovery. This is likely to include helping children process and express their emotions, deal with issues they are facing and develop coping mechanisms for the future.

$30 replaces children’s toys lost in the fires.

 

Help Kids With Cancer

When a child is diagnosed with cancer, it often has a devastating impact on families. While treatments have improved, the incidence of childhood cancer remains the same. Looking after children and their families, both during treatment and in the long term, are vital to children’s recovery.

My Room is a volunteer organisation dedicated to raising funds to achieve a 100% cure rate for childhood cancers. They fund family support, medical equipment, clinical care and research trials to patients and families affected by cancer.

$33 provides a support session for a sick child with an oncology social worker