is our main partner for garment donations. Please check out their site and impact stories, they are a wonderful read!
We are so proud to be partners with Good360 - Winners of The Australian Charity of the Year, 2020! Read more here.
. On this page you can see specific impact stories about how Oobi clothing and toys have impacted so many lives.
From Mark Herman at Good360:
I've received our October figures and am very pleased to provide you and your team with the Good360 National Impact Report. With our Xmas Campaign commencing in mid October, by far our busiest time of the year, we are proud to say that your donations have found their way to a massive 153 charities and disadvantaged schools across Australia. Thank you for giving Good360 this opportunity and I hope that we can again work together in this meaningful way.
Go Team Oobi, Go Go Go!
If you would like more information about Good360 check out their website link above and if you'd like further information about our donation project, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember these cuties? Oobi were honoured to re-release and donate over 200 beautiful dolls and their clothing and outfits to the Starlight Foundation!
We are immensely proud of the thousands we raised for Pretty Foundation! Shopping the Pretty Collection ensured that we could donate all profits to their organisation and which aims to empower girls.
"At Pretty Foundation our vision is to see girls grow up comfortable in their bodies, confident in themselves and conquering in their endeavours. We seek to do this through empowering girls with the perspective, skills and support to develop and nurture a positive body image for themselves and others.
It’s so wonderful that a well-known brand like Oobi is willing to be guided by our team and make changes to send empowering messages to young girls. We are also truly thankful for the funds they have raised that will contribute to further developing our body image programs. We look forward to continuing our work with Oobi over the next few years and impacting the lives of millions of girls."
Merissa Forsyth, Founder