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Giving Back


We have partnered with i=Change to donate $1 for every order placed, to one of the below causes.  

Did you know that 30% of the world still lives on $1 per day?

Weaving philanthropy into our everyday purchases, represents one of the most powerful opportunities to create a new funding stream and positively impact communities around the world. We want to create positive change. Although how can it be simple, as we go about our busy lives? Just shop i=Change brands. They give back from every sale - and you choose where it goes after checking out. It's also 100% transparent. 'Track your impact' and see how much your purchase has helped raise and where it's going, in real-time! Why? Because we want to contribute to building the world we wish to see. So now, we have a choice.

With my dollar, I'm choosing change.


Support bushfire recovery

Partner: Foodbank

Foodbank is playing a crucial role in the current unprecedented bushfire crisis which is devastating communities across the country.

As a trusted organization, forming part of the official emergency response, Foodbank is acting as a conduit for the generosity of the food and grocery sector, and the general public who are keen to assist with essential supplies.

Foodbank is delivering exactly what is needed, to efficiently and effectively support the relief efforts.

Keep girls in school

Partner: Plan

Millions of girls miss up to 20% of the school year, or drop out completely because of social taboos and a lack of access to affordable menstrual hygiene management.

This increases their likelihood of early pregnancy and child marriage, has huge consequences on their education and the rest of their lives.

Plan trains school representatives and community health clubs to debunk myths and taboos around menstruation, engaging girls and boys in the process, and teaching the skills necessary to make their own reusable sanitary pads.

Restore the reef

Partner: Greening Australia

The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest living organism and one of the most bio-diverse places on earth. It’s under threat. The Reef also supports the culture and livelihoods of 70 Traditional Owner groups, who have been its custodians for over 60,000 years.

Since 1985, the Reef has lost 50% of its coral cover due to climate change and poor water from land-based run-off. More than 10 million tonnes of sediment from eroded gullies flow onto the Reef every year, smothering corals and seagrass, creating algal blooms, degrading water quality, and weakening the Reef’s ability to recover.

Coastal wetlands are essential. They act like kidneys, filtering out the sediment from agriculture, industry and urban land use. But over 50% of wetlands have already been lost.

Greening Australia and Traditional Owners are working to restore 2,000 hectares of eroded land and 10,000 hectares of wetlands by 2030. This will prevent 400,000 tonnes of sediment from polluting the Reef each year, improving water quality, the Reef’s resilience to climate change, and the livelihoods and wellbeing of Indigenous Australians.