An Australian industry campaign supporting Charities providing Covid-19 crisis support in India.
'As we continue to navigate the post Covid-19 landscape locally; cases continuing to pop up, we are reminded that the crisis is far from over - particularly for those in India. Breaking new records - recording deaths of up to 4000 daily, the devastation caused to families of possibly preventable deaths, due to an overwhelmed health system and lack of oxygen, is beyond belief.
As a fashion industry, Australia is powerful. Not only this, but we rely on India for creativity – for the unique Artisan skills, to the cotton from their fields. Now is our turn to give back and support a country in dire need.
AUS FASHION AID for India is a collective movement – we are better together. Whether you are a brand, retailer, sole trader, influencer – your contribution will save not only lives, but an industry that we rely on globally.'
An initiative by Social enterprise Artisans of Fashion and sustainability consultancy Newromantic. UNIK SPACE are proud to support this important cause along fellow Australian designers such as Romance Was Born, Bassike, Camilla & Marc, Spell, Lee Mathews and more.
UNIK SPACE have donated the Valentina jumpsuit in 100% silk and all proceeds from the sale will go directly towards the charities below.
Charity partners for this campaign are:
Mission Oxygen India
Helping hospitals save lives by procuring and donating oxygen concentrators, supplementing hospital infrastructure with oxygenation plants and other lifesaving equipment.
A donation platform working with over 2000 NGO’s Municipal Corporations, Hospitals and doctors across India that have been evaluated for transparency and credibility.
Humanitarian aid has worked day & night to help thousands & thousands of people in need, during this second wave of covid they need your help to continue their service and supply oxygen.
Goonj is a non-governmental organisation headquartered in New Delhi, India which undertakes disaster relief, humanitarian aid and community development in parts of 23 states across India. Goonj focuses on clothing as a basic but unaddressed need.