We want to see a fashion industry that enables people to thrive. To make this happen, we fund initiatives are in line with our theory of change and that support our key programmes: accelerating sustainable cotton, improving working conditions, eradicating forced and child labour, and fostering circular fashion. We also work with C&A to strengthen communities both in retail and in sourcing countries.

Here are some of the initiatives we've funded, and some of the lives and businesses we've transformed. You can explore more here. Or take a look at our FAQs to find answers to questions we're commonly asked.


List of grants

Bangladesh Legal Aid and Services Trust (BLAST)

Bangladesh Legal Aid and Services Trust (BLAST)

€325k / 2 years / ongoing

Increase access of Bangladeshi garment workers to legal aid services and advocate for further legal reforms to protect their rights.

Better Cotton Initiative

Better Cotton Initiative

€1.5m / 3.4 years / ongoing

Accelerate the Better Cotton Initiative in order to mainstream sustainable cotton production and uptake.

BioRe Foundation

BioRe Foundation

€195k / 3 years / completed

Research and propogate high performing organic cotton seeds in India.

BRAC University

BRAC University

€62k / 1 year / completed

Supported a pilot project to map all apparel factories in two sub-districts of Bangladesh.

BRAC USA

BRAC USA

€1.75m / 4 years / ongoing

Digitally map, for the first time ever, the entire garment sector in Bangladesh with the "Digital RMG Factory Mapping in Bangladesh" initiative.

Breakthrough

Breakthrough

€450k / 3 years / ongoing

Build a response system to tackle sexual harassment and gender based violence in the workplace within the apparel supply chain.

BSR

BSR

€476k / 3.8 years / ongoing

Strengthen the HerHealth programme by supporting a more robust impact portal.

BSR

BSR

€100k / 1 year / completed

Developed a labour arbitration transparency mechanism feasibility study.

BSR

BSR

€100k / 1 year / ongoing

Expand transparency information in north and southeast Asia to reduce environmental impacts of the apparel supply chain.

Canopy

Canopy

€380k / 2 years / ongoing

Support a collaborative campaign to drive the production of sustainable viscose for the apparel industry.

CARE

CARE

€1.4m / 3 years / ongoing

Build the resilience of urban populations in Dhaka, Bangladesh to humanitarian emergencies.

Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc.

Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc.

€60k / 6 months / Completed

Researched the challenges faced by Syrian refugees working in the apparel industry in Turkey.

Child Helpline International

Child Helpline International

€480k / 3 years / completed

Supported of the "Free Their Voices" campaign, giving a voice to 40 million children worldwide.

China Labour Bulletin (CLB)

China Labour Bulletin (CLB)

€200k / 2 years / ongoing

Build the foundation for industry-wide social dialogue in the apparel and footwear industry in Asia.

Circle Economy

Circle Economy

€256k / 1 year / ongoing

Expand the "Circle Textiles Programme", aiming to estable a commercial and scalable model to "close the loop" on post-industrial, pre-consumer and post-consumer textiles.

Collectively

Collectively

€90k / 2 years / completed

Inspired collective, corporate action by mobilising millennials to become more sustainable consumers.