We carefully considered whether we would participate in the Black Friday/Cyber Monday craze... We decided that we would participate in our own way - by GIVING BACK!
FZ will donate $5 of EVERY ITEM Sold!
We understand that it's not always easy to donate money and we are all in different financial circumstances. Christmas is fast approaching and the pressure is on families. So this way, you guys can grab a few bargain presents for 55% off (further 55% off the already discounted SALE tab!) and FZ will donate out of our own pockets from every item sold. You can feel happy that you got some Christmas presents ticked off your list AND helped provide some much needed help/donations to 2 amazing causes!
The 2 organisations we have chosen are:
Red Cross Disaster Relief & Recovery
Your donation to Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery helps our emergency teams to do their work – including the bushfires we’re currently seeing across NSW, Qld and SA, and disasters yet to come.
It enables us to give people the support they need in disasters: whether that’s help to prepare, a safe place to take shelter, psychological first aid, information, and practical support through the months and even years it can take to recover. The vast majority of our team are volunteers. The Disaster Relief and Recovery fund covers their costs, including training, equipment and transport as well as the co-ordination effort to ensure our teams are where the community needs them to be. We’re passionate about keeping our costs low to ensure every donation goes as far as possible.
Our FZ Vocational training program in Haiti
Since very early on, we have always wanted to align ourselves with a charity. Not for the sake of looking the part as a contemporary company in the eyes of our consumer, but because we genuinely value people. We believe that we are not on this earth just to see how successful we can become for our own gain, but to use our success for the benefit of others. In our journey to find a charity that would make sense for us as a brand, we found it ironically difficult to enter this space. When things seemed like they weren't working out, we met Michael Crossland who had an orphanage in Haiti working with John and Cheryl Ward under the organisation Frontier Projects. In January 2018, they started the 'Libellule Training Academy' in Carrefour, Haiti, to be able to vocationally train and equip parents in order to provide and support their children in the future. We offered to partner with them in creating a vocational sewing program within this academy by helping supply machines, material and accessories, in order to teach the necessary skills required to meet their own needs, create jobs and restore hope to a broken nation.