Our July charity partner, Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) is the largest private (non-profit) owner of land for conservation in Australia, protecting endangered wildlife across 3 million hectares. Find out more about AWC at australianwildlife.org
March Subscribers - Wear for Success is dedicated to helping disadvantaged men and women prepare themselves for work. By providing free quality clothing and styling services, as well as qualified employment training and advice the volunteers of Wear for Success give underprivileged job seekers the confidence they need to secure employment. #soxybeast
We're pleased to announce our charity partnership with Sock it to Sarcoma! 10% of all subscriptions this June will contribute to Sarcoma Awareness materials for Western Australia Sarcoma Awareness Week (June 15-20) 2015. Subscribe and support!
Our December charity partner, the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia, is the largest aeromedical organisation in the world. Using the latest in aviation, medical and communications technology, it delivers extensive primary health care, non-emergency patient transfer services and 24-hour emergency services to people living, working and traveling throughout Australia.
Our November charity partner, The Song Room, brings music to disadvantaged children around Australia. The Song Room partners with schools to provide children with quality music and arts programs, enhancing their education, personal development and community involvement. More information on the Song Room can be found at songroom.org.au
Our October charity partner, Living Well, are really getting into the spirit of "Socktober"! Check out this shot of Charlotte Watson's 'the Pacific' design from the Living Well team. Subscribing this month really could be a "lifesaver" with every subscription providing group counselling for men who have experienced childhood sexual abuse.
Subscriptions this month will provide hay to drought affected farmers via Buy a Bale of Hay - Making a difference to Australian Farming Families. Donated bales support hay and livestock farmers, their families, the truckies that deliver the feed, and the rural communities they live in.