One P will donate $1 per order to one of our charity partners who are empowering women to be the best they can be.

One P customers can chose which charity partner they would like to support.

Our charity partners include;

Gidget Foundation - One P customers can choose to support one of our charity partners

GIDGET FOUNDATION

Supporting the emotional wellbeing of expectant and new parents

Gidget Foundation Australia is a not for profit organisation that exists to promote emotional wellbeing for expectant and new parents and to raise awareness of perinatal depression and anxiety (PNDA)

PNDA and the difficulties of early parenting affect 100,000 new parents every year (1 in 5 new mothers and 1 in 10 new fathers) Right now, 50% of new parents are experienceing adjustment disorders which can lead to a clinical diagnosis of mental illness.

All funds raised by One P Design are directed to the Foundation’s Gidget House program which provides FREE psychological support (up to 10 sessions) for families experiencing emotional distress during pregnancy and early parenthood.

Cowboys Community - Gidget Foundation - One P customers can choose to support one of our charity partners

COWBOYS COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Developing tomorrow’s Indigenous women leaders from remote Australia

The Cowboys Community Foundation (CCF) seek to give some of the most disadvantaged young women in the country the opportunity to succeed in life through supporting their education journey.

There are currently 1,600 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary school girls living in remote communities in North and Far North Queensland destined to leave their homes to move to larger regional cities to continue their secondary education.

By 2019, The Cowboys Community Foundation will open the NRL Cowboys House Girls Campus – a safe, culturally respectful and supportive boarding facility giving young women from remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities the support they need to transition from primary to secondary school.

NRL Cowboys House will provide 50 Indigenous young women with access to the Townsville secondary school best suited to their needs and aspirations.