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We are donating $3 from every transaction this International Women's Day

As a female-founded company, we take immense pride in our commitment to empowering women, celebrating their achievements and supporting those in need.

In honour of International Women's Day, L&M Home is proud to participate in Shop for Change, an impact-focused online shopping event dedicated to supporting women's causes worldwide.

For three days, we're tripling our commitment by donating $3 from every sale to three incredible charities who support, educate and empower the lives of women globally.

Simply place an order with us between March 8 - 10th 2024 and during the checkout you will be given a choice of the charities below.

Support Her Recovery

A life free from violence

Violence against women is at epidemic levels in Australia. 1 in 3 women will experience physical and/or sexual abuse in her lifetime.

Full Stop Australia (FSA), est. 1971, is a respected trauma-specialist service addressing sexual, domestic, and family violence. FSA provides free 24/7 counselling to those affected.

As an intersectional feminist organisation, FSA offers training and professional services to promote safe and respectful environments, alongside advocating for systemic changes.

Through trauma-specific services, education and advocacy, FSA works towards ending sexual, domestic, and family violence.

Educate A Girl

Change her life

In the male-dominated slums of Calcutta, girls come second in every way. They are rarely sent to school, and often end up forced into child marriages, child labor or sex trafficking.

Even for families who do want schooling for their girls, a decent education is unaffordable.

By providing education and academic tutoring, Her Future Coalition ensures that girls have the chance of breaking the cycle of poverty and exploitation by getting a quality education.

Our commitment to these girls is long term. Many of the girls who begin our programs as young children have gone on to college, and are now empowered to transform their families and communities from within.

Back Her Brilliance

Empower with self-employment

In Australia, single women over 50 are the fastest growing group to experience homelessness due to financial vulnerability and lack of affordable housing. Barriers to mainstream employment and socio-economic inclusion are often due to disability, carer responsibilities and a lack of job opportunities - particularly in regional Australia.

Global Sisters supports women who are challenged to participate economically but are deeply motivated to be self-employed. Global Sisters business development support is long-term and equips women to launch and grow their own businesses. Being self-employed enables women to ‘stand tall’, creating a ripple effect of change in their families and communities.