Tegan Rae is intentional for a fair and more sustainable future. We are delighted to be working with i=change to support Kids With Cancer, Clean The Sea and Restore our land by donating $1 of every sale to one of the three charities, of your choice.
“We believe people thrive when nature thrives. We have to look after each other, and our planet – working with i=change allows us to further our commitment by giving back to our land and our people.
Kids With Cancer, Clean The Sea and Restore the land are all part of incredible organisations creating positive change and we’re so excited to bring awareness to our Tegan Rae community.
Kids With Cancer
$33 provides a support session for a sick child with an oncology social worker.
Cancer shouldn’t happen – but sadly, it still does. After a horrific 9 months of diagnostics and treatments, Jodie's eldest sister Tegan's life was taken far too young from terminal renal cancer in 2018.
When a child receives a cancer diagnosis, suddenly a carefree childhood is filled with appointments, treatment plans and nausea. Hope can feel far away. My Room is here to fuel hope back into cancer families lives; to stand behind and support the parents and carers as they support and care for their children throughout their cancer journey.
Clean The Sea
Over 160 million tons of plastic is produced each year to create single-use disposable items and packaging.
With no established system to close the loop, this has led to over 70 years of accumulation of plastics in landfill (40%) and the environment (32%), with only 10% being recycled.
Plastics end up in waterways and oceans, breaking down into ever smaller pieces called micro-plastics, well known for entering the food chain through the water, air and food that we consume.
Seabin Smart Tech, similar to a rubbish bin X pool skimmer, removes floating plastics as small as 2mm, filtering 600,000L of water per day from oil and surface pollutants.
Restore the land
$50 plants enough trees and shrubs to store 1 tonne of carbon dioxide.
Since European settlement, over 90 million hectares of land across Australia has been cleared, threatening species and the productivity of farmlands. Climate change will only exacerbate the impact with reduced rainfall, increased temperatures, droughts and more frequent extreme weather events.