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Clothing the Gaps

Clothing The Gaps is a Victorian Aboriginal led and controlled, and majority Aboriginal owned social enterprise, co-founded by Laura Thompson (Gunditjmara) and Sarah Sheridan (non-Indigenous).

As a social enterprise Clothing The Gaps are profit for purpose and are registered with Social Traders. Laura and Sarah use their business as a vehicle to self-determine their future through profit, efforts and resources supporting and helping to fund the impactful work of the Clothing The Gaps Foundation. The Clothing the Gaps team are proud that their social enterprise, through their retail and distribution space, is a hub of Indigenous employment. Eighty-one percent (81%) of Clothing The Gaps staff members are mob . Clothing The Gaps strives to be a preferred employer for Aboriginal and Torres Strait people, actively supporting them to grow and pursue their life goals and ambitions. In 2020-2021 financial year The business created over 9000 hours of employment for mob.

Clothing The Gaps is certified as a Victorian Aboriginal business with Kinaway Chamber of Commerce Victoria and certified as an Aboriginal business with Supply Nation

Clothing The Gaps holds an Ethical Clothing Australia accreditation and is a certified B Corporation Australia 

2022 Business Achievement Award

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