Many of our retailers partner with charities, or even have their own foundations, to make a difference in the lives of people, animals and the planet, both here in Australia and around the world.

Here is a small selection of our retailers and the wonderful causes they support:



Priceline Pharmacy is not only a fantastic place to stock up on all your health and beauty favourites,  but you can drop off your spare change to make a big difference!

Priceline recognises that we all know someone touched by a serious illness, and its Sisterhood Foundation supports five different charities to achieve their goals.

So far the Priceline Sisterhood Foundation has raised $3 million and donated 100% of the proceeds raised to its charity partners.

Focussing on women’s and children’s health charities, the Priceline Sisterhood Foundation has partnered with Look Good Feel Better, PANDA (Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Australia), Children First, Hear to Listen and Alzheimer’s Australia.

How can I get involved?

You can donate in any Priceline store by dropping your spare change in the love-heart shaped donation box at the register, or by donating online on the Priceline website.



Well, here’s a unique way to support a fantastic charity! Optus has partnered with children’s education charity The Smith Family for their ‘Donate Your Data’ program to help provide disadvantaged children who can’t afford internet access.
Optus state that their mission is to connect disadvantaged young people to their potential through digital technologies and innovative programs.

Optus customers on their Prepaid Ultimate Plan can simply text to donate their leftover data or a set amount, and Optus will match it in a donation for The Smith Family to distribute to those children who can’t afford access to the internet.

Optus also support a number of community programs including:
  • Digital Thumbprint –  A digital education program that teaches students how to have a positive online presence and stay cyber safe. 
  • Mobile Student2Student – A project in collaboration with The Smith Family, mobile student2student aims at helping disadvantaged kids in Years 3 – 8 improve their reading levels over mobile phone, with the help of a reading buddy. In 2014, the program reached 500 reading pairs, with 94% of students improving their literacy levels.
  • Kid's Helpline at School Digital - The Kids Helpline @ School (KAS) digital program was developed to help make cyberspace a better place for primary age students and aims to build resilience, coping strategies and digital knowledge about topics such as respectful relationships online, cyberbullying and the positive use of technology.
  • Clever Buoy – This non-invasive shark deterrent technology is the world’s first smart ocean buoy to detect sharks by measuring their unique sonar return, sending real-time alerts to lifeguards via the Optus network and in partnership with SAMS.
  • Yes4good – The Optus one-stop shop for its people to find volunteer opportunities and donate to over 250 charities via workplace giving.
To find out about these community initiatives and more, check out the Optus website and don’t forget to pop into our Optus store!



Country Road partners with Redkite, one of Australia’s leading cancer charities for children and young people.

Country Road supports families with Redkite’s practical support pack, and has provided over 4000 support packs to date. These packs are designed, produced and filled by Country Road with items designed to make the families more comfortable during their stay in hospital. Since the partnership began in 2008, Country Road has raised more than $900,000 for Redkite through customer, employee and corporate fundraising.

Find out more on the Country Road website and visit our Country Road store.



Muffin Break has partnered with the Make A Wish Foundation to help grant wishes to seriously ill children and teenagers. By collecting funds in donation boxes on its counters, Muffin Break has helped raise over $400,000 for Make-A-Wish so far, and is on track to meet its $500,000 donation goal. Next time you’ve got some spare change, drop it into their donation box and help them grant even more wishes!

Learn more on the Muffin Break website or stop by our Muffin Break store to donate your spare change.



LUSH supports small charities around the world through its Charity Pot scheme.

The LUSH Charity Pot Hand and Body Lotion was launched in 2007 with 100 percent of sales (excluding GST) donated towards supporting humanitarian, environmental and animal rights causes locally and around the world.

Charity Pot Hand and Body Lotion has globally raised more than $32 million which has been donated to grassroots charities.

One of those charities in Australia was Peanuts Funny Farm, which provides care and rehabilitation for neglected, abused animals, and nurturing for children from dysfunctional backgrounds. LUSH donated $10,000 for the construction of a kitchen which is used to teach vegan and cruelty-free cooking classes to children.

Find out more about the other charities LUSH supports on the LUSH website, or stop by our LUSH store to buy your own LUSH Charity Pot Hand and Body Lotion and make a difference today!


COTTON ON GROUP (Cotton On, Cotton On Body, Cotton On Kids, Rubi, and Typo )

Did you know that when you buy a bottle of Cotton On Foundation water from a Cotton On, Cotton On Body, Cotton On Kids, Rubi, or Typo store, you’re helping provide people in Southern Uganda with safe water?

The Cotton On Foundation is the philanthropic arm of The Cotton On Group, and this is just one of the myriad ways that they are making a difference in people’s lives.

When you shop at Cotton On, you’ve probably noticed the range of Cotton On Foundation bracelets, tote bags, lip balms, and of course, water, on sale at the register.

But do you know that one of these small purchases can make a big difference?

The Cotton On Foundation directs the proceeds of these purchases towards some huge projects which are changing lives around the world.

Did you know that it costs only $3 for a jerry can to help people in Uganda carry safe drinking water?

So far, The Cotton On Foundation has built two dams, which help provide over 24 million litres of water to the people of Mannya, Busibo and surrounding villages in Southern Uganda. It maintains 5 active boreholes in Mannya Village, serving over 45,000 people with clean, fresh, drinkable water.

Every time you buy a Cotton On Foundation bottled water, you help contribute to the construction of more boreholes to provide even more access to water. So it’s ‘Not Just Water’ – it’s life changing water.

Check out all the other life changing projects that The Cotton On Foundation have completed on their website, and don’t forget to get in to our Cotton On store to buy a Cotton On Foundation product and change a life today!



The H&M Foundation is a non-profit global foundation, privately funded by the Stefan Persson family, founders and main owners of H&M. Its mission is to drive long lasting positive change and improve living conditions by investing in people, communities and innovative ideas.

This year, The H&M Foundation has made a new strong commitment to long-lasting improvements in education, clean water and women’s economic empowerment.

So far, through help from The H&M Foundation, 100,000 children are reached with education, over 250,000 school children have access to clean water and toilets and 100,000 women are empowered to start or expand their businesses. Due to the success of these programs, a renewed commitment has been made to create an even greater impact.

Over the next 3 years, The H&M Foundation aims to reach 145,000 children, parents and teachers with education, give 150,000 people access to water and sanitation services and empower 100,000 women entrepreneurs from low income communities.

Find out more about the H&M Foundation here, or drop into our H&M store.



The Supre Foundation was founded with a mission to provide a supportive world where girls are empowered. It aims to foster a world where all girls can achieve their dreams and fulfil their potential.

The Supre Foundation has programs in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, all helping to support and empower girls.

In Australia, The Supre Foundation focussed on the issue of bullying, which affects girls all across the country in different forms. To help educate and empower girls against bullying, it created the ‘Bullying. So Not Ok.’ booklet which was delivered to schools, stores and communities across Australia.

In New Zealand, The Supre Foundation has partnered with the Graeme Dingle Foundation to deliver the life-changing ‘Kiwi Can’ program to build self esteem, resilience and confidence to 900 students.

In South Africa, approximately 4 million girls don’t have access to menstrual sanitary products, meaning that a substantial number of them are forced to miss significant amount of school each month. A partnership with Dignity Dreams has resulted in over 1500 sanitary female hygiene packs delivered to school girls, keeping girls in school longer so they can achieve their educational goals.

So, how can I support the Supre Foundation?

Good news – just go shopping! 100% of the proceeds raised through the sale of the Supre Foundation charity products go directly towards supporting their projects. Check out the great range of tote bags, bottled water and mints at the checkout at our Supre store, or check out the Supre website here.


Have you seen the range of the beautiful accessories at Sportsgirl with The Butterfly Foundation logo on them, and wondered what it is all about?

Well, every time you buy an accessory from the Sportsgirl Butterfly Range, you’re helping to contribute towards The Butterfly Foundation’s programs to promote positive body image and help Aussies with eating disorders and their families.
So far, Sportsgirl has raised over $2.6 million for The Butterfly Foundation, enabling the support of more than 100,000 Australians with eating disorders or negative body image issues.

Did you know?
After obesity and asthma, eating disorders are the most common illness in females aged 15 – 24 and Anorexia Nervosa is the most serious of all psychiatric illnesses in Australia. It has even been diagnosed in children as young as 8 years old, with 75% of cases starting before the age of 16. Bulimia Nervosa more commonly affects older teenagers and young adults.
How can I get involved?
Just purchase any of the Butterfly products available at Sportsgirl or visit the Sportsgirl website for more information.



Coles Supermarkets partners with numerous local and international charities to raise funds and awareness for important causes. Last year, Coles contributed $43.9 million (plus an additional $7.9 million contributed by customers, team members and suppliers).

Some of the charities that Coles supports include:
  • Redkite – National cancer charity giving children and young people with cancer essential support, delivering them financial assistance, counselling, and scholarships. So far Coles has raised over $20 million over 3 years. Just look out for the specially marked Coles Brand bread and Coles High Top Bread, which donates five cents from the sale of every loaf.
  • Bravery Trust – Supporting current and former members of the Australian Defence Force who have suffered hardship as a result of their surface. Coles has made a corporate donation of $1 million and has donated funds from sales of Coles Brand Spring Water.
  • Red Dust – Working with remote Indigenous communities across the Northern Territory to deliver ‘Healthy Living’ programs to encourage youths to live healthier lifestyles.
  • Guide Dogs Australia – the iconic Collection Dogs at Coles stores have been raising money for people who are blind or have low vision since 1982. Donate your loose change next time you see a Collection Dog at Coles and help to raise, train and support Guide Dogs across Australia.
  • Cancer Council – Coles Express is Cancer Council’s primary partner for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea and Daffodil Day, and has raised more than $800,000 since 2016 for these campaigns.
  • An official partner of Daffodil Day for more than 20 years, Coles has raised more than $21.9 million for cancer research, education and support for newly diagnosed patients and people living with cancer.
 Visit the Coles website or check out our Coles store for more information.


Woolworths supermarkets partners with various charities both locally and nationally to help provide support and raise awareness for people in need. Some of the charity partners include:
  • Variety – Woolworths has partnered with children’s charity Variety since 2013, which helps children with financial support for things like wheelchairs, specialist equipment and medical supplies.The fundraising focus for Woolworths is on Variety’s mobility program – providing equipment like modified family vehicles and school coaches to children, families and schools, enabling them to more easily participate in their local communities.
  • Salvation Army S.T.A.N.D program (Support Through Australian Natural Disasters) – Woolworths partners with the S.T.A.N.D program to raise funds for communities affected by natural disasters. Fund raising through corporate donations, customer donations and sales of specially marked bottled water contribute towards helping communities with disaster response, recovery and resilience.
Drop in to our Woolworths store or check out the Woolies website here.

Learn more about ways to shop sustainably and ethically here.