Group News: Cotton On Group

  1. COTTON ON FOUNDATION’S 2020 FIELD REPORT

    11/02/2021

    This year’s Field Report is a curation of the voices of our team, our teachers and our students across the globe, through the lens of how COVID-19 shaped their 2020. It explores what challenges were presented, what opportunities and new skills were revealed, and what COVID-19 meant for supported communities.

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  2. LIFE-CHANGING MASK RAISES $10M AUD GLOBALLY FOR QUALITY EDUCATION

    03/02/2021

    In September 2020, we announced that the Cotton On Foundation had reached a proud milestone moment, raising $5M AUD funds though the sale of face masks. Today, and thanks to you - our incredible team and customers - this life-changing mask has now raised $10M AUD globally to support Cotton On Foundation projects that keep kids healthy and in school. 

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  3. Cotton On Body launch activewear made from recycled coffee grind

    09/12/2020

    When it comes to sustainability, we’ve got big goals, and we believe in them. We have a large team of talented designers and product developers across our brands, who deliver fun, fashionable products and are always on the lookout for innovative and sustainable practices in production.

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  4. Celebrating NAIDOC Week at the Cotton On Group

    10/11/2020

    As a global business born and based in Australia, NAIDOC week is an incredibly important time for us as we come together to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. It’s an opportunity for all Australians to learn more about the traditional owners of our land and it’s no different at the Cotton On Group.

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  5. Cotton On Kids launch another year of family sleep

    04/11/2020

    Cotton On Kids adored matching family pyjama sets are back and this year we’ve taken on board your feedback and created our brand new (and best ever!) woven cotton, family Christmas pyjama sets – short sleeves and shorts for the win.

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  6. Supré Foundation donates $150,000 to Australian girls and women impacted by COVID-19

    15/10/2020

    Since launching the three new partnerships in July, customers and team members from the Supré community have helped raise donations through product purchased and sold from the Supré Foundation range, which included a newly created collection of face masks and hand sanitisers to reflect everyday essential items for the current COVID-19 environment.

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  7. Our connection with Yirrkala in the Northern Territory

    14/10/2020

    The Cotton On Foundation has been proudly working with Yirrkala since 2013. We’re supporting educational programs that increase a young person’s connection to culture, self-worth and identity. Here’s a look at some of them...

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  8. Say hello to vegan friendly

    07/10/2020

    You spoke, we listened – and we got to work. We’re excited to be sharing with you over the next few months our vegan friendly ranges. Starting with Cotton On’s women’s sneakers, Rex slides and flip flops.

    And that’s just the beginning! Soon enough we’ll be launching more year-round ranges for those who want to shop vegan-friendly options, including belts, bags and accessories.

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  9. Supporting and celebrating our people in 2020

    28/09/2020

    While we may be physically distant, in some ways 2020 has brought our global workforce of 22,000 team members feel just that little bit closer than we ever have before. We can’t even begin to describe how proud we are of our people. From support centres to distribution and in stores, our global teams have proven time and time again that here at COG we’re more than just team mates, we’re a global family and we stick together.

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  10. Cotton On Foundation launch Australia’s first 100 percent aluminium bottled water

    25/09/2020

    We’re removing all single use plastic water bottles from Cotton On Group Australia stores and replacing them with the country’s first resealable aluminium bottled water. With 100 percent of proceeds contributing to quality education projects in Uganda, South Africa, Thailand and Australia - it’s infinitely recyclable and still life-changing.

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