Fashion for Cause (FFC) aims to invest in rehabilitation work to empower individuals and families who may be socially and economically disadvantaged to reach their full potential through vocational education.
It supports projects that help participants acquire or develop their skills and education, be it technical, vocational or entrepreneurial, all aimed at income generation. FFC aims to provide employment and livelihood to women, children and families who struggle to survive and have no financial means to harness their skills. The support offered by FFC is directed at enabling women and their families to become self-sufficient, to build confidence, self-respect and integrity so that they are able to improve not only their own lives but those of others.
Fundamentally, FFC aims to bring textile community together to support our diminishing textile and handloom industry and strengthen the textile and handloom ties between Britain and other parts of the world by ways of fashion.
FFC aims to hold awareness programmes on Taboo issues.
Create opportunities for new and up and coming fashion designers around the world to showcase their creativity & talent and to raise awareness of the importance of our textile industry and sustainability.