Group News: Diversity

  1. Cotton On Foundation finish Bwe K’Lar school renovations in Thailand

    04/08/2020

    After beginning our partnership with Bwe K’Lar learning centre in 2017, we’re so excited to announce that the first stage of renovations are now complete! The new school features state-of-the-art undercover play and multipurpose areas, inspiring new classrooms, updated landscaping including interactive vegetable gardens, a staff office and new hand washing facilities. The students who attend Bwe K’Lar are so excited to start learning and playing in their new and improved school!

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  2. Cotton On Foundation’s own Clare Najjemba speaks at the 2020 Girl Up Leadership Summit

    31/07/2020

    The Group’s philanthropic arm, Cotton On Foundation had an incredible opportunity to be part of the United Nation’s Foundation’s 2020 Girl Up Leadership Summit. Across three days, 125,000 participants from over 170 countries gathered online to learn, grow and talk about the big issues affecting women and girls globally alongside an impressive group of women in leadership from across the world.

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  3. Get to know Cotton On Foundation’s Teacher Training Programs

    22/07/2020

    Cotton On Foundation exists to empower youth through quality education, which extends far beyond the child and into many different areas of the community. School facilities and their locations are considered; nutrition for children; school resources like textbooks and pencils; any limitations a school might have – the list goes on. But of course, no quality education program would be complete without an incredible team of teachers to deliver it.

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  4. Celebrating one year of Cotton On Curve

    17/07/2020

    In recent months, the Group’s Curve brand, exclusively designed for women size 16 to 24 celebrated their first year of trade – and what a year it was! The past year has seen the range include on-trend fashion from denim, dresses, skirts and essentials for everyday wear without sacrificing price, style or comfort and offers the signature Cotton On trends with the difference of a curve girl fit.

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  5. Do it for her | International Women’s Day 2020

    02/03/2020

    To celebrate International Women's Day 2020 and the incredible achievements of the females in our business, we asked different women from across the business the question, "what does a life of purpose mean to you?". Here's what they told us...

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  6. Group makes AFR’s list of Australia’s top philanthropic corporates

    20/12/2019

    The Cotton On Group has been recognised as Australia’s 22nd highest giving corporate for 2019, published by The Australian Financial Review (AFR) in BOSS magazine this month.

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  7. Cotton On Foundation raise AUD $100M

    20/12/2019

    This week, because of the help of Cotton On Group team members and customers, the Cotton On Foundation has reached a total of AUD $100 million raised since the Group’s philanthropic arm was founded in 2007.

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  8. Hello Vietnam

    15/11/2019

    The Cotton On Group is proud to be entering the Vietnam market through an exclusive partnership with Imex Pan Pacific Group (IPPG). The Group’s Cotton On, Rubi and Typo brands will be available to Vietnamese consumers with three stores opening before December.

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  9. A gift that gives twice

    11/11/2019

    The holiday season is fast approaching. And at this time every year, the Cotton On Foundation release a range of beautiful cards with enamel pins, that when purchased, contribute towards providing a quality education for kids who need it most.

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  10. Cotton On Foundation delivers new classrooms for Ethekwini Primary School

    25/10/2019

    The Cotton On Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Australian retailer Cotton On, has delivered on its commitment to bring quality education to South Africa. Following a R100-million investment pledge by the Foundation a year ago, Ethekwini Primary School, situated in the heart of KwaMashu, Durban, will open its doors to grade seven learners.

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