Every day goodness grows here
Every dress we sell enables us to transform the lives of female offenders, restore New Zealander's health and wellbeing and open doors for the next wave of woman entrepreneurs. Look behind the Label and see the goodness we’re growing.
Changing from a life of crime to a life of promise
The RAW Charity is a social enterprise set up by Annah Stretton in 2014 to help female offenders successfully transition from a life of crime to a life of promise through education, employment and intensive peer support. Working alongside her Sister Rebecca, who has had 25 years working in mental health, The RAW Programme has been hailed by the NZ Department of Corrections as a breakthrough rehabilitation model with an unparalleled record of success.
To find out more about how RAW is changing women’s lives visit raw.org.nz.
Stand up, be healthy, and blossom
Today New Zealand ranks as one of the western world’s most overweight countries. Traditional health messages have simply not reached or gained traction with those needing to prioritise their health the most. To break through the apathy and move people away from all the boom to bust dieting and exercise fads that never bring about lasting change, Annah Stretton established a wellness venture called Kia Puāwai.
The Kia Puāwai approach is based around three core principles - Nutrition, Movement and Mind Management - and with a motto of ‘gain health, not weight’ it assists people with making small edits to their lifestyle to bring about incremental but lasting improvements in their wellness.
To find out more about how Kia Puawai is changing women’s lives visit kiapuawai.org.nz.
Are you looking for support to fundraise for your next event?
We have a diverse range of product and services that we can offer to assist you reach your funding goals.
From Signed books/Styling vouchers to Girls Nights in stores or Annah as your fundraiser speaker.
We reserve the right to decide whether your event is a fit for our brand and has a social purpose that aligns with our brand ethos.
Transforming the effectiveness of Waikato's charitable and not-for-profit sector
Today there are over 110,000 charities and not-for-profits in New Zealand that collectively contribute over $9 billion to the economy. Their good work positively affects the lives of millions in our community but imagine how much more these charities and not-for-profits could do if they had a bit more help? The Good Collective is a team of people coming together to supercharge the impact that charities and not-for-profits can have within our community through the selection, provision and support of essential business services.
To find out more about The Good Collective visit thegoodcollective.org.nz.