Leftovers from previous seasons are sold at a special price. The amount gathered from these pieces are donated in full to an NGO chosen by the partners
meet the organizations we collaborate with in previous years
2020 - Women's Spirit
Women's Spirit, Special Advisor to the United Nations ECOSOC from 2019, works to promote the Economic Independence of women survivors of violence in Israel and strives for social change from a feminist perspective and commitment to social and gender justice. Women's Spirit is the only NGO in Israel providing women survivors of violence with actual solutions focused on employment and financial empowerment. Women's Spirit works with the social and business community, policymakers and government bodies, with the understanding that the integration of women's survivors of violence in the labor market is a social issue and only by raising awareness significant change will be possible.
2019 - THE SHANTI HOUSE
The Shanti House Association serves as a warm home and provides shelter for at-risk youth who are in immediate danger or facing deterioration to physical violence, sexual exploitation, delinquency and prostitution. The association helps them shape their path to independent living. During period of stay, the children of the Shanti House receive a broad educational and therapeutic envelope that includes professional counseling and guidance, so that they can mobilize the forces inherent in them, believe in themselves and their abilities, and choose life. Since its inception, tens of thousands of young people have chosen life - survived street life, studied, enlisted in the IDF and successfully integrated into society as independent citizens.
2018 - FIRST HUG
Every year, hundreds of babies are abandoned in neonatal wards and preterm infants in all hospitals in the country. The 'First Hug' organization aims to treat every abandoned and lonely baby in Israeli hospitals, to fill the void created in the absence of a mother or father, and to provide the emotional and cognitive needs that are so essential for the normal development of the baby.
2017 - consciousness association
The NGO strives for a society in which the public consciousness that allows the consumption of prostitution and treats women as an object traded for sexual purposes, gives way to value and worthy conceptions of human rights and equality, which respect the physical and mental integrity of both sexes. In 2010, the organization won the President's Award for its contribution to the fight against trafficking in women and prostitution. The association focuses on the various aspects of prostitution, its harms and circles of influence. It works to change perceptions among policy makers and decision makers regarding prostitution in Israel. The association holds workshops and lectures for boys and girls in schools, youth at risk, educational staff and professionals and assist survivors and prostitutes. The association is a partner in a coalition whose goal is to promote the law criminalizing taking prostitutes.
2016 - Shenkar College of Engineering and design
Co.Co funded a design project in collaboration with the fashion design department at Shenkar College. A wide group of third-year students participate in a special course called "Exceptional". The course seeks to examine the gap between conceptual design done in an academic setting and the “real world” in which the client and designer engage in an egalitarian dialogue about their ideas, desires, and dreams.
2014 - KREMBO WINGS
A youth movement for children with special needs, the only one of its kind in the world. The movement operates 35 branches throughout the country and plans to establish many more branches, believing that every child gets a branch close to home. Over 1,200 trainees, aged seven to 21, today enjoy the activity, with the help of about 2,500 trainees aged 14 to 18, along with young people in service and students. The activity takes place once a week in the afternoon, in a model of individual tutoring in a group setting. The tutors come to the trainees' homes and accompany them to activities at the branch. Everyone benefits from it: the trainees, who make friends and feel belonging, love and pride; Their parents, who are happy in their joy and also get a "break" of a few hours in the intensive care of their child; And the mentors who engage in challenging, meaningful and empowering activities.