Dirty Girls is now working in London using the leftover fabrics from costume making in the entertainment industry to make individually designed bags-working with women in underprivileged and marginalised groups, including women in the LGBT community.
shorturl.at/ilrtA Are you a Dr. Who fan? Peter Capaldi, the 12th Dr. Who has kindly supported Dirty Girls by giving 3 autographed Dr. Who t-shirts. Collectors items. They are available as rewards on the Kickstarter Campaign. Check it out: shorturl.at/ilrtA... See MoreSee Less
shorturl.at/ilrtA On the fourth day, the Kickstarter total is £1542, but another £3000 has come in from people who prefer not to go through Kickstarter. Trees will still be planted on their behalf, and rewards given. The total number of trees in the Dirty Girls forest is now 3000 so we'd love to be able to double that as more people get involved and we surpass our goals. Check out the campaign and see what rewards you can claim. shorturl.at/ilrtA Pictured is One Small Bag ... available as a Kickstarter reward. ... See MoreSee Less
shorturl.at/ilrtA Women who have a refugee background work with Dirty Girls making One Small Bags. People fleeing their homes and country leave carrying only what will fit in one small bag. If you want to support Dirty Girls, check out the Kickstarter which has just launched. One Small Bags are among the rewards. shorturl.at/ilrtA ... See MoreSee Less
Due to the pledges yesterday, the first day of the Dirty Girls Kickstarter campaign, 250 trees will be planted by Tree Sisters in the Dirty Girls forest, bringing the number of trees up to 2,800. Other rewards will be sent out in the next few months. If you would like to participate: shorturl.at/ilrtA ... See MoreSee Less
The Kickstarter is live today: shorturl.at/ilrtA Just donate £10 to help refugee women, plant 5 trees and keep fabric from landfill. Check out the other rewards. With each reward you will also be planting trees for our planet. ... See MoreSee Less