Victoria is working to divert 80 per cent of all material away from landfill by 2030

Victoria is Working to Divert 80% of all Material Away from Landfill by 2030 May 8th, 2024 Hub Happenings It was a proud moment for the Assembled Threads team to host Minister for the Environment Steve Dimopoulos, along with Matt Genever, Sustainability Victoria CEO and the team from Sustainability Victoria. We are a small organisation working […]

From textiles to “tex-crete”

Assembled Threads has proudly partnered with Victoria University to work on a Sustainability Victoria funded project under “the Circular Economy Markets Fund: Materials” scheme.

Premier’s Sustainability Award Winners

Assembled Threads is excited to announce that we have won the Premier’s Recognition Award, and the Community Champion Award in the Healthy and Fair Society category at the 2023 Premier’s Sustainability Awards.

Towards Circular High Visibility Apparel Outcomes

Assembled Threads received a Recycling Victoria Communities Fund grant from the Victorian Government through Sustainability Victoria to research the most appropriate and viable options to recycle high visibility (hi-vis) vests, a key component of workwear for construction and other industries.

Towards Recovery from Pandemic Employment

Assembled Threads is proud to announce that we’ve been awarded a grant from the Department of Families Fairness and Housing (DFFH) CALD Communities Taskforce for two new pilot projects.

Ministers Meet Assembled Threads

Assembled Threads hosted a few State Government Ministers including the Acting Premier James Merlino and Minister for Employment Jaala Pulford MP.

Sewing a Fairer Future

Sewing a Fairer Future May 6, 2021 Hub Happenings Thank you to the Moonee Valley City Council for this article    In a small building on a former servo site at Moonee Ponds Junction, lives are being transformed one stitch at a time. Assembled Threads is a social enterprise helping to upskill garment makers, guide […]

Manufacturing Social Change

Securing stable paid employment is a challenge confronting more people than ever since COVID-19 hit Australia, especially so for groups holding insecure work in unskilled jobs. Unsurprisingly, migrants and refugees traditionally form one of the major cohorts in unstable work, which is often unsuited to their experience and abilities.