Global Community

Global Community

Supporting those in need.

Forever New evolved from a small Melbourne start-up in 2006 to a global fashion retailer by 2013. Today, as a large company, we are passionate about supporting communities in developing nations. Together with our exciting not-for-profit partners Share the Dignity, Seconds to Give and Save the Children, we are involved in a number of projects each year.


Share The Dignity

Source: Image courtesy of Half The Sky

Share The Dignity

Forever New is proud to donate to a women’s charity that makes a real, on-the-ground difference to homeless women and victims of domestic violence. Share The Dignity collects thousands of pads, tampons and personal hygiene products every year for women experiencing homelessness and poverty. Small dignities make a big difference. They also fund funerals for victims of domestic violence and campaign for justice for women in Australia.

www.sharethedignity.com.au


Seconds to Give

Source: Image courtesy of Half The Sky

Seconds to Give

Formed in 2005, Seconds to Give redistributes clothes and various other items to communities all over Australia and internationally. Seconds to Give is run and resourced entirely by volunteers with its mission to bring joy and to make a positive difference to people in need.

www.secondstogive.org

"Our mission is to bring joy and to make a positive difference to people in need. Forever New helps us to achieve this. The donations received brighten up the lives of these people."


Source: Image courtesy of Save the Children

Save The Children

We are proud supporters of Save the Children, a not-for-profit organisation that responds to global humanitarian crisis caused by conflicts and natural disaster, and concentrates on improving the lives of children around the world including Australia.

Forever New has donated to the work of Save the Children in Nepal following the devastating earthquakes on April 2015, and their work in the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan in November 2013.

We look forward to our continued support of Save the Children in 2018.

Find out more about Save the Children via their website:

www.savethechildren.org.au