Our Mission is Simple

To deliver new, good quality clothing and shoes to people in our community who are doing it tough.

We believe that we can restore dignity and hope for men, women and children who are going through a difficult time by providing the opportunity to choose a complete wardrobe of new clothes.

Watch this 5 minute video to learn how we fight fashion waste and re-distribute new clothes to people in our community who need our help.


New clothes, rescued from potential landfill, available at no cost to those who need it most.

To date, we have partnered with 100 charities who we collaborate with to access to people in need.

More than 8 million dollars worth of clothes have been donated from brands such as Seafolly, Camilla & Marc, Specialty Fashion Group, The Iconic, General Pants, Bendon, and many more. To date, we have reached over 150,000 people across Australia.

Our vision is to clothe 200,000 people annually by 2020 across Australia.

We are currently supporting the people who are homeless, youth at risk, Indigenous communities, survivors of domestic violence, refugees or long term unemployed. People in need of comfortable clothing to enable them to feel safe and warm, or people seeking clothing for a new job.

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Not Just a Dance, More Than a Dress

WE ALL HAVE PRECONCEIVED NOTIONS WHEN WE HEAR THE WORD "PROM” Extravagant dresses, limousine escorts, corsages and bouquets, ridiculously high heels abandoned immediately upon arriving. Prom. That special occasion, that final dance, that dream-like feeling of walking...

Not-for-profit does not mean not-for-revenue

“Not-for-profit does not mean not-for-revenue. Transitioning from a donor-dependent charity to financial self-sustainability. Understanding that there is more than one test for appropriate use of funds.” Thread Together’s CEO, Greg FisherLONG-TERM FINANCIAL...

Thank you for a great year!

Thank you for your continued support. We proudly look back on 2018 and reflect how our combined effort and support has helped over 90,000 people.Your support has meant that our reach could expand across the country:  Sydney Kensington Clothing Hub expansion – opening...

Australia is not the lucky country for everyone

One simple way I learned a big lesson  It began, almost by accident… a small production issue with some blue and white striped Seafolly towels. I noticed that the blue bleached slightly into the white. At $49 a towel our customer was not going to be happy. So, stuck...

Choice and Dignity Through New Clothes

One Simple Way to Effect Positive Change At Thread Together we believe there is immense power in clothing. Whether it be a simple t-shirt, a floral dress, a good pair of jeans or a full suit: these items of clothing change people’s lives. Some might think that caring...

Dress for Work

 By Shyama Sri – Project Officer at Dress for Work, Thread Together Charity Partner The act of putting on a suit For many men, the ritual ho-hum of putting on a suit and getting ready for work is just another task performed with little consideration or thought -...

Christmas in drought affected Trundle

Happiness and hardship Have you heard of a NSW country town, called Trundle? Trundle is known for its annual Bush Tucker Festival. They even host an amazing ABBA festival. There is a lot of happy history in this Aussie community!   You may also be aware of the poem...

Volunteering at the Mobile Wardrobes

Experiences shared by Carol – Volunteer at the Thread Together Mobile Clothing Hub @ AnglicareSA A humbling and powerful experience Changing lives for the better At Thread Together our aim is to be able to restore dignity and hope to those in need. In doing so, we...

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Thread Together

When John, the school principal of Trundle School in NSW’s drought affected area called for new shoes for the children, Thread Together responded.
Our CEO, Greg Fisher and Chey Nikora from Commonwealth Bank flew there together to deliver them personally, and to hear of the heart-breaking social impact stories from the drought.
We must remember our friends in these areas and keep their plight front of mind.
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Thread Together

ON THE BLOG: Extravagant dresses, limousine escorts, corsages and bouquets, ridiculously high heels abandoned immediately upon arriving. Prom. That special occasion, that final dance, that dream-like feeling of walking onto the dance floor. Perhaps one of the most cliché yet openly-magical nights of a teenager’s high school career. Prom.

Although, in theory, prom—or the Year 12 Formal— is just a dance, for many young women across the globe it is more than that...

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