Bendon Lingerie are helping out vulnerable Australians

Thread Together have launched an initiative to help Australians in need across New South Wales find acquire new clothes. The initiative is supported by big business names including Goodman Foundation, The Commonwealth Bank and new supporter Bendon Lingerie from Retail Apparel Group.
Thread together have vans that they fully stock with clothes and accessories from various sources and drive around the communities around New South Wales including Sydney, Wagga Wagga and North and South coasts of New South Wales.
The people that Thread Together are hoping to assist are those that have had misfortune due to a number of reasons. These reasons include:
• people that have lost their homes due to the recent bushfires
• refugees and asylum people,
• victims of domestic violence,
• indigenous communities
• long term unemployed
This is not the first time Thread Together has had such an initiative after doing something similar back in March 2018 as part of a collaboration with Anglicare South Australia. The service has proved popular there with two mobile wardrobes now deployed in the state.
Thread Together have over 200 companies that are helping them with their charity efforts including Aje, General Pants, Noni B and The Iconic.
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