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Sister Studios, Shifting Worlds, Poppy Lissiman and more Australian labels donating profits to bushfire appeals

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Words by Fashion Journal

Donate where you can.

It’s hard to write, think or post about anything but the massive fires that are sweeping NSW and Victoria right now. Images of fleeing wildlife, burning properties and stranded families fill our feeds and television screens and the smoke enveloping major cities.

In times like these, it’s often the people who stand the tallest. A GoFundMe for fire relief supporting First Nations people has gained widespread traction, FoodBank Australia is collecting non-perishable food drop-offs to take to isolated communities and the CFA has launched a Bushfire Disaster Appeal for donations.

In addition to the local initiatives launched in November, other small businesses are taking action. It’s reminiscent of the 2019 climate strikes and the coalition of businesses who closed up shop in solidarity.

Now, the following Australian businesses will be donating a percentage of their profits to emergency services, wildlife conservation organisations or volunteer fire services:

  • Sister Studios: 40 per cent of sales in store and online will be donated to the Fire Relief Fund for First Nations People
  • FME Apparel: 100 per cent of Saturday January 5 profits will be donated to the Fire Relief Fund for First Nations People
  • By Nye Jewels: 100 per cent of this weekend’s profits will go to the CFA and RSPCA
  • Shifting Worlds: 30 per cent of this weekend’s profits will be donated to emergency services
  • Poppy Lissiman: 30 per cent of this weekend’s online sales will be donated to NSW RSPCA’s Bushfire Appeal
  • Decjuba: 100 per cent of this weekend’s profits will be donated to bushfire relief
  • Ksubi: 100 per cent of this weekend’s online store profits will be donated to the NSW Rural Fire Service
  • Paradise Plant Club: 20 per cent of clothing sales will be donated to the South Australian CFS
  • Suboo: 100 per cent of this weekend’s profits will be donated to bushfire relief
  • Pops + Co.: 100 per cent of this weekend’s profits will be donated to bushfire relief
  • Tuchuzy: 100 per cent of today’s online store profits will be donated to the NSW Rural Fire Service
  • With Jéan: 100 per cent of this weekend’s profits will be donated to the Australian Red Cross and Disaster relief
  • Clover Accessories: 100 per cent of this weekend’s online sales donated to the St Vincent de Paul Society Fire Appeal
  • Organic Crew: five dollars from every sale donated to Wildlife Victoria
  • Bushy Underwear: 100 per cent of profits donated the Bushfire Disaster Appeal
  • Lylou: $20 from every purchase donated to World Wildlife Fund Australia this week
  • Collective Closets: 40 per cent of profits donated to the NSW Rural Fire Service
  • Francie Melbourne: 30 per cent of this weekend’s online sales will be donated to affected communities
  • Suku Home: 100 per cent of Sunday’s sale profits donated to fire services in Australia and flood services in Jakarta. Samples will be donated to relief organisations in both countries.
  • Uimi: 50 per cent of online sales donated to the Red Cross
  • Maison de Femmes: 100 per cent of profits to the NSW Rural Fire Service
  • Haus of Dizzy: 100 per cent of profits on its Indigenous Pride Stud throughout January donated to fire-affected Aboriginal communities
  • Spell: $20,000 donated to Country Fire Authority
  • Cue: Providing clothing aid over the coming months to affected communities
  • Goldie + Ace: 100 per cent of January’s profits donated to emergency services and clothing to affected communities
  • Amelia Lane Paper: 100 per cent of profits donated to the NSW Rural Fire Service and the Australian Red Cross
  • The Travelling Kimono: 10 per cent of all sales donated to emergency services
  • Neverland Store: 100 per cent of this weekend’s online sales donated to emergency services
  • Time IV Change: 100 per cent of this weekend’s profits will be donated to bushfire relief
  • Highrack: 50 per cent of this weekend’s sales donated to emergency services
  • Avarcas Australia: 100 per cent of online sales donated to emergency services
  • Country Road: $100,000 donated to the Australian Red Cross
  • Noble Label: 10 per cent of all sales donated to the NSW Rural Fire Service
  • Frank Body: 100 per cent of A-Beauty Scrub sales donated to Wires Wildlife Rescue, Country Fire Service and NSW Rural Fire Service throughout January
  • Jagger and Stone: 50 per cent of Tuesday’s online sales will be donated to the Salvation Army Bushfire Disaster Appeal
  • Dyspnea: 50 per cent of this weekend’s sales donated to Wires Wildlife Rescue
  • Nagnata: a fundraiser at the brand’s Byron Bay store will see participants screenprinting ‘Everything Comes From the Bush’ slogans onto blank or vintage tees. All money raised will be donated to emergency services.
  • Kloke: 100 per cent of this weekend’s online sales donated to Country Fire Service Victoria
  • Daisy TV: 100 per cent of this weekend’s profits donated to RSPCA Australia
  • The Other Bag: 100 per cent of this week’s profits donated to Red Cross Australia
  • Terry Towelling: 50 per cent of this weekend’s online profits donated to NSW Rural Fire Service and Koalas in Care
  • Emeldo: 40 per cent of this weekend’s sales donated to Wires wildlife protection
  • The Standard Store: 10 per cent of this weekend’s sales donated to fire relief services. Free accommodation at The Standard Store apartment in Fitzroy is available via Airbnb Open Homes.
  • Fashion Boundary: 10 per cent of sales donated to Red Cross Australia throughout January
  • Print Safari: 20 per cent of sales until the end of January donated to fire relief services
  • Kindling Clothing: 100 per cent of this week’s profits donated to fire relief services
  • Sant and Abel: 10 per cent of sales donated to Port Macquarie Koala Hospital and 10 per cent to Red Cross Australia for the rest of the summer
  • Nelson Made: 100 per cent of this weekend’s profits and 20 per cent of January’s profits donated to fire relief services
  • Mia Sully: 100 per cent of this weekend’s sales donated to fire relief services
  • Stolen Prophecy: 100 per cent of this weekend’s profits donated to fire relief services
  • Nowhere Melbourne: 100 per cent of this weekend’s profits donated to fire relief services
  • Bared Footwear: Donated $15,000 to Salvation Army
  • Knots for Darling: 10 per cent of this summer’s sales donated to Red Cross Australia and Country Fire Service South Australia
  • Snakes and Shanti: 100 per cent of this weekend’s profits to fire relief services
  • Margot Mai: 100 per cent of this week’s sales donated to the Australian Red Cross and RSPCA Bushfire Appeal
  • Caves Collect: 50 per cent of this week’s profits donated to the Australian Red Cross
  • Alpha60: donated $20,000 to CFA and RFS
  • Arnsdorf: holding a charity raffle where all ticket sales will go to fire services

We will be updating this list throughout the day. Comment, tag or DM us on Instagram if you own or know of other local fashion businesses donating to the cause.

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