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

Anti-Slavery International

Support the initiative "European Action to Reduce Forced and Child Labour in Global Supply Chains."

Brazilian Institute for National Pact to Eradicate Slave Labour

Supporting consolidation of the structure of InPACTO.

Business and Human Rights Resource Centre (BHRRC)

Scale up of Business & Human Rights Resource Centre’s efforts to transform the global apparel industry, through concerted action to protect labour rights, improve working conditions, and eradicate forced and child labour.

CAMI - Migrant Support and Pastoral Centre

 Empower immigrants and their families, in particular involving sewing workshops and informal work activities in the garment sector.

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


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

Freedom Fund

Conduct a feasibility study to establish a large-scale, comprehensive initiative to address forced labour in Tamil Nadu.

Freedom Fund

Implement a comprehensive hot-spot approach to eliminate bonded and child labour from the spinning mills of Tamil Nadu, India.

Freedom Fund

Implement the multi-partner hotspot approach to eliminate child labour from the fashion supply chain in Jaipur (Rajasthan).

Fundo Brasil

Provide technical and financial support for the monitoring and training of civil society organisations working to combat child labour in the fashion industry.


Strengthen GoodWeave in order to achieve and sustain its growth.


Pilot a market-driven approach to eliminate child labour in the homeworker sector in India.

Humanity United

Create the Working Capital Fund, an impact investing fund to stimulate new tools to reduce forced labour and exploitation in supply chains.


Support the improvement of working conditions for migrants involved in sewing, and combating slave labour.

International Organisation for Migration (IOM)

Strengthen Corporate Responsibility to Eliminate Exploitation, Slavery and Trafficking in Supply Chains (CREST) - with emphasis on ethical recruitment in the target countries Bangladesh, India and Thailand in the apparel supply chain.

International Organisation for Migration (IOM)

Addressing the issue of responsible recruitment in the apparel supply chain in Myanmar and thereby preventing Forced Labour.

Jan Sahas

Address forced and child labour in an effort to eliminate it in the cotton supply chain in Madhya Pradesh, India.

Kadinlarla Dayanisma Vakfi

Pilot an initiative to the test effectiveness of empowering women in order to reduce child labour amongst refugees in Turkey.


Integrated approach aimed at improving the living conditions, access to rights and working conditions of immigrants, with a focus on vulnerable and exploited Latinos in the workplace, particularly in the fashion sector.