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General Pants Co is leading this one-day initiative on Thursday January 9. Across more than 1000 combined stores (and online counterparts) nationwide, 30-plus brands will be donating 100 per cent of the day's profits to the Red Cross Bushfire Appeal. Current participants include The Iconic, General Pants Co, The North Face, Abrand, Dr Denim, Ben Sherman, Cue, Globe, Lacoste, Lee, Levi’s, Neuw Denim, Nudie Jeans, Rollas, Speedo, Stüssy, Local Supply and Wrangler. See more information here.
Until January 12, the womenswear label is donating 100 per cent of online and in-store profits to the Givit Bushfire Appeal, NSWRFS, WIRES Wildlife Rescue and the Red Cross.
Hansen and Gretel
The label has more than a hundred Shoalhaven hats in stock. Every dollar spent on them (not profits) will be donated to NSWRFS, WIRES and Red Cross until the hats are sold out.
Throughout January the Sydney-based label is donating 10 per cent of profits online and in-store to WIRES and NSWRFS.
At least a third of Adelaide Hills vineyards were wiped out by bushfires last month. Until the end of January, this online wine retailer is donating 100 per cent of profits from specific packs of Adelaide Hills wines to the affected producers.
Until January 12, the Melbourne-based label is donating 100 per cent of the money (not profit) it takes for its $39.95 Minna Leunig-designed hemp tote bags to WIRES.
Until January 12, the label is donating 15 per cent of all online and in-store proceeds to the Red Cross.
Acler and Significant Other
Until the end of January 7, the two Australian labels are donating 100 per cent of online profits to the Red Cross Bushfire Appeal.
The Melbourne-based sandal maker is donating 100 per cent of profits this week, and 20 per cent for the remainder of January, to Food Bank Australia, WIRES, CFA Victoria, the Givit Bushfire Appeal and the Fire Relief for First Nations Fund.
The label is in the process of producing a one-off T-shirt with the phrase “year SOS” on it. 100 per cent of the proceeds will go to bushfire relief.
Until the end of January 10, the colourful Melbourne-based label is donating 100 per cent of online and in-store profits to the Red Cross Bushfire Appeal.
The Sydney-based leathergoods label is donating $50 from every bag to “support firefighters, victims and wildlife rescue funds”. No end date has been announced yet.
Until midnight on January 12, the Melbourne-based photographer is donating 100 per cent of profits from print sales to CFA Victoria, WIRES and the Red Cross.
Until January 12, the illustrator is donating 100 per cent of print sale proceeds to the NSWRFS and Red Cross.
Until January 12, the Sydney-based bridal loungewear label is donating 50 per cent of profits to the Red Cross and 50 per cent to WIRES.
Elwood Apparel Co.
All profits from online sales until 11.59pm on January 10 will be donated to the Australian Red Cross.