October is an important month for women - a month that asks us all to pay more attention to Breast Cancer Awareness and National Domestic Violence Awareness. During this month, we're asking you to take one step further with us in truly supporting the girls. Throughout October, simply send us two or more bras past their useful life and we'll donate them on your behalf to Free the Girls, a non-profit organization that provides work, training and an income to survivors of sex trafficking living in countries in need: Mozambique, Uganda and El Salvador.
In thanks for your support, you'll receive a discount code for 15% off your new Negative replacements.
(and if you know us, you know we don't do discounts often)
Negative is a brand that believes strongly in supporting women - literally and figuratively. Beyond a commitment to making women's lives better from the base layer up via the things we make, we also aim to support women in spirit - via our marketing, our emphasis on customer service, and by practicing thoughtful corporate social responsibility with a focus on women's causes, like Free the Girls.
Need more reasons to motivate? Let's face it - the back of most of our lingerie drawers is most likely a graveyard of bras we don't wear anymore or never wore in the first place. Take a page from Marie Kondo on your overdue or underused intimates and we promise you'll feel better for it!
HOW IT WORKS
1. Package and mail us two or more bras that you no longer use (and let's be honest, you've been meaning to get rid of anyway) to the address below:
Attn: FREE THE GIRLS
54 Greene Street #3B
New York, NY 10013
2. Please include your email address written somewhere inside the package so we know how to contact you for your code
3. Our team will receive + sort the items and donate them on your behalf to Free the Girls
4. We'll email to personally thank you with a code for 15% off your next Negative purchase
To find out more about Free the Girls, their organization, mission, and how to get more involved, check them out here. If you're interested in the amazing impact they made last year, you can find their 2015 Impact Report here.