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Time To Give (Back)

FatFace Foundation

Instead of Black Friday discounting, we’re donating £100,000 to the FatFace Foundation

FatFace Foundation


The FatFace Foundation was setup in 2009, with the aim to support people in communities where FatFace sources, manufactures, retails and distributes products.

Over £1 million has been raised for charity since the FatFace Foundation was founded.

Thanks for Giving
thanks for giving

Since 2015 the FatFace Foundation has raised over £400,000 for charities local to our stores including hospices, children’s trusts, air ambulance services, animal sanctuaries, guide dog and lifeboat charities to names just a few.

You, our customers, have played a huge part in raising this money through the Thanks for Giving campaign and for that we sincerely thank you.

Nepal appeal


A big thank you to crew and customers who helped us raise over £50,000 to support our friends in Bhaktapur, Nepal. This region was badly affected by the Nepalese earthquake on 25th April 2015.

The response, effort and generosity is overwhelming to see. Thank you.

The Prince’s Trust Tomorrow’s Talent competition was launched in 2016 to find budding artists and designers.

Each year, we work with the winners to bring their designs to life on scarves and bags, with a percentage of the profits going to the Tomorrow’s Talent competition so they can continue to fulfil their potential. The rest of the proceeds go to the Prince’s Trust so they can do more to support young people.

Slim-Straight jeans


Our head office in Havant on the South Coast, decided to support four local charities over Christmas. A time which can be cold, lonely and difficult for many in need.

Working with Havant Young Carers, Southern Domestic Abuse Services, Step by Step and The Munch Project at Park Community School, where we were able to start making a real impact in the local community by donating food, clothing and essential toiletries for men, women, children and babies who needed them most.

Nepal appeal


In 2017, the FatFace Foundation partnered up with the World Animal Protection and Fourth Element Divewear as part of the Global Ghost Gear Initiative (GGGI).

Through this partnership, the Foundation has been working with Fourth Element by selling their sustainable OceanPositive swimwear, which is made from lost and abandoned fishing nets. In 2018, we continued this partnership with a brand new swimwear collection, which you can find online and in our Gatwick Airport FatFace stores too.