15% off Ethical Clothing
Friends today is the 6th anniversary of Rana Plaza. Rana Plaza was a garment factory in Bangladesh that collapsed in 2013, killing over 1100 workers. Unfortunately some popular "American" brands were using this factory to produce their garments. In honor of this and Fashion Revolution Week we're offering 15% off our ethically made clothing! Use the code FASHREV15 through Sunday.
Photo: Image of Rana Plaza credited to Clean Closet Campaign
Give a Damn Goods apparel is ethically made in the USA and Haiti. Our supplier in Haiti is among a number of ventures developed to create dignified work that keeps families together. They pay workers 5x the going rate for similar jobs in the area. When you purchase our clothing you are helping these programs grow and impact the lives of more people. You're also voting with your wallet for fair treatment of garment workers. For more ethical clothing brands to support check out The Honest Consumer's Ethical Brand Directory. If you're interested in learning more about the Rana Plaza tragedy and abuse happening in the fast fashion industry I encourage you to watch The True Cost.