Northcote High School 2017
This trendy clothing line wants to challenge the fashion industry to get more sustainable.
Armed with Fairtrade cotton, ethical suppliers and a mission to increase awareness about the importance of maintaining the environment, this social enterprise has teamed up with CERES Community Environment Park to make big change happen.
All profits generated from Global Effect’s t-shirts will be supporting CERES’s zero emissions by 2025 scheme, enabling them to limit their pollutants released to the atmosphere and contribute to fighting the bigger challenge of global warming.
NFP Partner: CERES Community Environment Park Social Enterprise
Mentor: Tom Mahon – Wild Timor Support
Teacher: Scott Macdonald
Profit generation target: $2000 +