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Thread Together

New clothes can mean the world to a person in need – it can help them get a new job, keep their children warm, or refill their wardrobe after fleeing family violence with nothing. Cafs’ Thread Together clothing hub gives people in need that security by providing brand-new clothing donated by Australian retailers.

 

As the end of the year approaches, Cafs is reaching out to the community to ask for support for its Thread Together clothing hub. Whether you donate $5 or $500, every little bit helps us keep helping our vulnerable clients obtain new clothing. The added bonus is you’ll be able to claim on your donation* straight away.

 

If you would like to help a person in need with new clothing, please donate to our Thread Together clothing hub this financial year. You’ll receive a tax invoice via email immediately.

*for donations of $2 or more.

Thread Together Ballarat

Cafs has launched a fantastic new partnership with Thread Together to provide people in need across the Ballarat region with brand-new clothing and accessories. Thread Together is a not-for-profit organisation driving social and environmental change by redistributing excess clothing stock through purpose-designed clothing hubs. Without Thread Together, many of these items would end up in landfill.

 

Through the Cafs’ Thread Together hub, those in need are given a referral to be able to shop (for free) for a new outfit.

 

Thread Together hubs are designed to enable customers to build trust and rapport within a dignified, safe and positive environment. Cafs is very proud to be partnering with Thread Together to be the first to launch this community service program in regional Victoria.

For more information on Thread Together visit threadtogether.org.

Now recruiting volunteers

We are currently seeking volunteers to join Cafs and be part of our fantastic new partnership with Thread Together.

Thread Together is a not-for-profit organisation driving social and environmental change by redistributing excess clothing stock through purpose-designed clothing hubs. Without Thread Together, many of these items would end up in landfill.

Through the Cafs’ Thread Together hub, those in need are given a referral to be able to shop (for free) for a new outfit. Thread Together hubs are designed to enable customers to build trust and rapport within a dignified, safe and positive environment.

Thread Together Ballarat

Cafs is very proud to be partnering with Thread Together to be the first to launch this community service program in regional Victoria.

 

Based out of 11 Grenville Street South in Central Ballarat, our volunteers will be providing personalised customer service to our customers and assisting them to select their brand-new outfits. As a volunteer you will learn new skills and work alongside other like-minded volunteers.

If you are passionate about making a difference to people in need in the local community and are interested in becoming a Thread Together volunteer, contact Nicole Roberts, Program and Volunteer Lead, on 5337 3333 or via email threadtogether@cafs.org.au

Client Engagement Team 1800 692 237

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