Buy these enamel pins and help provide kids in need with food, books and sanitary products

Words by Maeve Kerr-Crowley

Two gifts in one.

Christmas is all about giving, and it doesn’t have to stop at the people on your list.

The Cotton On Foundation’s ‘Gifts That Count‘ initiative is back for another year, with a range of charity enamel pins.

The pins, priced from $5-$100, depict things like books, boobs, avocados and hearts. Each one helps provide communities in Southern Uganda with valuable resources and services.

Some give access to clean water, vaccinations and a term’s worth of school meals, while others provide learning resources, bikes and sanitary products.

General Manager of the Cotton On Foundation, Tim Diamond, says the program allows customers to give back while buying something nice for themselves.

He explains: “It’s important that customers have visibility on where their money is going, and what a huge impact they can have on a child’s life.”

You can shop the range in-store and online now.


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