In partnership with Middlemore Foundation
Last year, more than 150,000 Kiwi kids lived through winter without access to basic needs like sufficient food, a good bed, or warm clothing.
For our most vulnerable families and children living in impoverished conditions, the impact of COVID-19 has made their situation even more challenging this winter. That’s why we’re determined to help keep as many kids as warm as we can through the winter months ahead. Access to everyday necessities and a means to keep warm will help these children combat the cold and preventable illness.
Here at Standard Issue we are proud to manufacture all of our knitwear in New Zealand and support a diverse team of craftspeople. Drawing on our skillset and expertise we are immensely proud to launch our Jumper for Jumper initiative to help our most vulnerable tamariki keep warm and well this winter.
How It Works
For every Standard Issue jumper purchased online, we will gift a woollen jumper to a child in need of an extra layer of warmth. If you would love to play a part but already have your winter wardrobe sorted, you can also gift a jumper for $30.00. We have partnered with the Middlemore Foundation who work closely with community partners to ensure our jumpers are gifted to those who need them the most.