Our Impact

Providing Transformative Opportunities

At Assembled Threads we are helping to tackle long term unemployment amongst culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) women in our community.

Every product purchased represents an ethical wage paid to the person creating your garments. This ensures together we are transforming and rebuilding the lives of our most disadvantaged community members. 

Of our team are women forging a new life and creating community
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Countries of origin are represented in our community hubs
Of our workforce are age 50 years and older
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Paid in ethical wages to the priority workforce
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Creating Community with a Female Led Workforce

Our manufacturing hub is embedded in community providing access to local opportunities for those most in need. This is an industry with women at its core and 90% of our team are women forging a new life.

Diveristy Inclusive

We provide a workplace where everyone feels culturally safe and this is represented by the diversity of our team: 7 different religions represented including Orthodox Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, Catholic, Sunni and Sharia Muslim from 10 difference countries: Tibet, Pakistan, India, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Iran, Vietnam, Chile, Ethiopia, Eritrea.

Enabling Equality and Priority Workforce.

50% of our workforce are age 50 years and older. Our recruitment focus is people from culturally and linguistically diverse community backgrounds, who struggle to find employment due to limited language skills, workplace experience or education qualifications.

Paying Ethical Wages

We are proud to be an ethically accredited supplier with the ECA. This accreditation ensures our workers are being paid appropriately, receiving all their legal entitlements, and working in safe conditions.

At Assembled Threads it's not just a vest

What If Your Uniforms Could Change Lives

By investing in procuring your uniform and PPE needs with us, you support refugee, asylum seeker and migrant women seeking to rebuild their lives in a new country as we know lack of meaningful employment leads to economic loss, increased welfare and social services costs, plus reduced health and wellbeing.