Have a look at some really cool links that we are happy to share with our community. All organisations share similar ethical values with Nomads Clothing.
Nomads are an Ethical & Fair Trade company and as such we care not only about supporting our Suppliers, Artisans and of course our Customers but the end result of our finished garments and products in other areas too, it's our Social responsibility.
As with all clothing manufacturers Nomads generate surplus stock. This may come from our suppliers samples or sometimes faulty garments that we are not happy to sell on to our customers as they don't meet our required standards. Time, effort and of course energy have all gone into producing these products so it is important for us as a company to find ways to make sure they are re-used or recycled.
Nomads have been working with Newlife for many years. Each season we donate any surplus stock to this wonderful charity. Unwanted stock will raise vital funds to change the lives of disabled and terminally ill children, through the care and Nurse led services they deliver, whilst helping to invest in child health research.
Our clothing will be de-branded and sold in one of their many retail outlets as seconds or recycled through one of their many trusted partnerships and used to create new products.
“At Newlife we are very passionate about developing real, mutually beneficial partnerships with companies, whether they are a small local business to a national chain”
Tamwed (Tamil Nadu/West Devon) was set up to build links between communities in South India and the South West of England and support projects that benefit the most needy in Tamil Nadu. The organisation's founders have long standing professional and personal links with community groups in the area and have collaborated on projects over many years.
The daisygreenmagazine.co.uk team have been described as a cross between Sex and The City and The Good Life. Our aim is to act as role models for those people who wish to live a more ethical and sustainable life, but without preaching.
Ms Wanda’s Wardrobe Uber Blog brings together some of the best writers on the blogosphere. News and features on ethical fashion. Focused on making the high street more ethical. Campaigns for change voted on by the Fashion Mob (which anyone can join!) A not-for-profit venture run by volunteers. Funded through the sale of ethical clothing, affiliate advertising and voluntary donations. Member of the Ethical Fashion Forum’s Fellowship 500.
Find out more about the about the philosophy and the reality of the groundbreaking magazine now celebrating 40 years at the heart of earth, art and spirit.