Give A Frock

G I V E  A  F R O C K
Eva's Sunday are proud to be participating in Sacred Heart Mission's 2019 Give A Frock campaign, which will raise essential funds for women experiencing homelessness and disadvantage. On any given night, shockingly, there are more than 22,000 Victorians experiencing homelessness, with nearly 10,000 of these being women. 
E V A S  S U N D A Y
Commencing with this 2019 campaign, Eva's Sunday are proud to be partnering with Sacred Heart Mission. Four times per year, Eva's Sunday will be donating sample garments, past collections and pre-loved garments to be sold in the Mission's new Op Shop located in Chapel Street Melbourne. All proceeds from the Op Shop will go directly to Sacred Heart Mission's Woman's House. 

W H A T  Y O U  C A N  D O

Help us to kick off this partnership by participating in this years GiveFrock campaign. We invite you to donate any of your pre-loved, gently worn ES garments. By donating a quality garment, you are directly raising funds for Sacred Heart Mission and helping to provide a welcoming, safe space to women in the community who need it most.

For every Eva's Sunday garment you send us, you will receive a $10 credit towards your next Eva's Sunday purchase. For example, donate 4 garments and receive $40 off your next shop. Please drop off your donations to any of our store locations or post your garments to the Eva's Sunday head office at 4 Clyde Street Myrtleford VIC 3737. Don't forget to include your email so that we can send you a discount code for your next purchase!

O T H E R  W A Y S  Y O U  C A N  H E L P

You can also support Give A Frock by visiting one of the Mission's 12 Op Shops. The Give A Frock Op Shop is located at 262 Chapel St, Prahran and is open seven days a week from 10am - 6pm. Designed and visually merchandised by stylist Elliot Garnaut, the Op Shop will open just in time for the Spring Racing season. A fabulous collection of high-end fashion, donated designers handbags, shoes & accessories collected throughout the campaign will be on sale.

L E A R N  M O R E

- Click here to visit the Sacred Heart Mission website -

The ‘Give A Frock’ campaign first launched in 2015 when D'Arne Finnis, St Kilda Football Club’s CEO Matt Finnis' wife and friend of the Mission, wore a dress she bought from the Mission’s South Melbourne Op Shop to the Brownlow Medal red carpet.

Other women from the fashion and AFL worlds, including AFL CEO Gillion McLachlan's wife Laura McLachlan , followed suit by donating their pre-loved frocks from the Brownlow and other events, and thus the ‘Give A Frock’ campaign was born.

Now run under the banner of ‘ Women for Women ’, a passionate women-only volunteer committee, the op shop campaign raises important funds for the Women’s House which supports those who may be socially isolated.

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