Big ideas to
transform the industry

We fund initiatives that have the potential to create long-term change. Click through the list of our current grants to see more.

How to become a Partner

Care USA

Protect refugee women and girls from gender-based violence and build their resilience.

Catholic Relief Services

Provide an environment of safety and support for women and children in the Rohingya Refugee Settlements - including reduction in sexual and gender based violence.

CDHIC (Centre for Immigrant Human Rights and Citizenship)

Support the implementation Brazil’s new migration law (No. 13.445) in order to protect the rights of migrant workers, particularly in the apparel supply chain

Center for Global Development

Researching "beyond aid" solutions for Rohingya refugees and host communities in Bangladesh

Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc.

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

Child Helpline International

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

China Labour Bulletin (CLB)

Build the foundation for effective dialogue on labour in Asia, through south-south solidarity.

Circle Economy

Expand the "Circle Textiles Programme" to establish a commercial and scalable model to "close the loop" on textiles.

Circle Economy

Support brands to overcome the internal and external barriers of implementing a circular business model by guiding them through a Circular Innovation Process.

Collectively

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

Copenhagen Consensus

Informed policy and funding decisions in Bangladesh, using evidence about the type of social investment that has the most impact.

CottonConnect

Improve farmer livelihoods through organic and more sustainable cotton production in India, Pakistan, and China.

Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute

Revise the "Social Fairness and Water Stewardship" criteria of the newest version Cradle to Cradle Certified standard (Version 4.0).

Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute

Increase the accessibility of high-quality, actionable data about chemicals to companies, to enable positive decisions earlier in the design process.

Danish Fashion Institute

Sponsorship of the Copenhagen Fashion Summit.

Department of Sociology, University of Hong Kong

Raise awareness of rights on migrant labour and gender protection in vocational schools in China.

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ)

Improve the livelihoods of 16,500 smallholder cotton farmers in Tanzania through transition to organic farming and forging strong link to markets.

Diaconia

Strengthen and expand sustainable cotton production in farmers groups in semi-arid regions of Brazil.

Diaconia

Strengthen and expand sustainable cotton farming in 9 territories of the Brazilian semi-arid region, and development of family-based social organisations.

ECOAR

Support a feasibility study on new business models to engage migrant women workers