Who We Support

We care immensely about supporting the wider community and are dedicated to making a positive contribution towards a range of charities. We proudly support the following organisations and their incredible causes.

We also happily support events and charities throughout the year to help those who are committed to making a difference. We are proud to sponsor the Breast Friend Brunch again this year, a fundraising event for the National Breast Cancer Foundation that empowers women to put their health first. 

Ausghan Aid

Brava is proud to support Ausghan Aid, an organisation based in Melbourne providing health and education in Afghanistan, founded in 2008 by Najaf Mazari and a group of Australian friends. Najaf arrived in Australia by boat in 2001 after being captured by the Taliban and spent four months at the Woomera detention centre. He then moved to Melbourne and established his rug business in High Street, Prahran, just doors down the road from Brava’s first store. Najaf’s contribution to charity activities led to him being nominated for Australian of the Year in 2014.

Sadly, many people involved in carrying out AusGhan’s work on the ground have had to flee or are in hiding. With the situation developing in Afghanistan, AusGhan Aid is now also working to support those displaced, as well as continuing to provide health and education assistance, particularly the education of girls and young women. Our co-founder Lin serves on the board and is an active member of the organisation.

You can read Najaf's story in his amazing biography, The Rugmaker of Mazar-e-Sharif. 30% of proceeds are donated to support AusGhan Aid’s great work when purchased through the publisher here.

You can also make a tax-deductible donation to AusGhan Aid here to help support their efforts via their website: https://ausghanaid.org.au


World Vision is dedicated to working with children, families, and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. By providing short and long term aid to vulnerable communities across the world, they tackle the root causes of poverty. 

Brava has supported World Vision since 2006, by contributing to various fundraising activities and actively sponsoring a child. Currently, we are sponsoring a 2-year-old boy, Serge, from Mubuga, Rwanda.



Fitted For Work equips disadvantaged women with the necessary skills, confidence and empowerment to seek meaningful, long term employment. By building confidence, self-esteem, skills, and knowledge, they encourage women to obtain work through a range of pre-and post-employment programs and services that are delivered nationally. Fitted For Work is committed to using their abundance of knowledge and experience to inform and change government policy. They strive to inform perceptions around how women come to be faced with adverse conditions and the impact it has on them, their family and the wider community.

Brava provides a range of bras and sports bras to Fitted For Work to show our support to their incredible cause. 



Support The Girls aims to empower women with dignity and respect one bra at a time. Support The Girls recognises that homeless and disadvantaged women from all cultures across Australia are in need of bras and personal hygiene products. With a primary focus on providing bras, they fit women face to face, and actively listen to these women to discover their individual needs and to ensure they are connected to relevant, necessary services.

Brava staff volunteer to provide bra fitting assistance at Bra Gifting Days run by Support The Girls in Melbourne and Sydney. We also provide a range of bras and sports bras to Support The Girls in order to help them provide disadvantaged women in Australia with access to bras. 


Uplift Bras

Uplift Bras provide bras to women living in disadvantaged communities where a bra is often unobtainable or unaffordable. Women feel a tremendous obligation to meet the needs of their families first, with their number one priority of spending being to provide food and education to their children. For many women in these communities, purchasing themselves a bra can be seen as an unforgivable sin. The women who receive bras have often never owned a bra, or they have had poor experiences with the limited styles and sizes accessible in the Pacific Islands, with no access to maternity and mastectomy bras at all. 

Brava provides a range of bras and sports bras to Uplift Bras in order to give women in the Pacific Islands the opportunity to own a well-fitting, supportive bra. 

Carers of Africa is a not-for-profit organisation committed to supporting disadvantaged people of culturally and linguistically diverse. Carers of Africa helps to improve access to health services for those who are experiencing health issues, family and domestic violence and unemployment. Offering a range of services such as counselling, art therapy, mentoring, legal referrals and several programs such as ‘Days for Girls’. This program aims to support young girls and women to stay healthy during the menstrual cycle in rural communities of Africa by making hand-made bags with much needed sanitary supplies. 



Brava recently provided a range of briefs and swim briefs in order to help support ‘Days for Girls’ and to provide women with the essential items to stay healthy.



If you would like more information about our Community Support program, please contact us by email.