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THE SEW GOOD PROJECT

Dec 23, 2019 | CSI, Flagship Projects, SA Projects

Taking an active role in local communities affected by disaster or socio-economic circumstances, TFG has donated nearly 200 000 blankets to South Africans in need.

TFG’s “Sew Good Initiative” forms part of the group’s shared value strategy that spreads warmth through action. Underpinning TFG’s investment in local production is skills development, and through this initiative the group is able to teach previously unemployed women how to sew starting with blankets and then donating those blankets to those in need.

Since its launch in 2015 the “Sew Good Initiative” has helped train more than 350 women, many of whom are employed at TFG’s wholly owned Prestige Clothing factories in Caledon and Maitland.  Together the factories employ over 1 200 people of which 92% are local women and they currently produce 8.9 million garments for nine of TFG’s retail apparel brands.

Working with humanitarian organisation Gift Of The Givers allows for quick distribution, in the right way to those who need it most, especially during disaster relief.