Better community

We want to encourage consumers to join a movement that goes beyond the clothing industry. We are on a mission to move in a greener and more sustainable direction and we can’t do it alone. This is why we want to build a better community. We want to do this by informing, including and involving customers, partners, suppliers, stakeholders and other interested parties in what we are doing and why we are doing it. Because we know that it takes more than one brand to make a change.

Nordic Designers Aid
We support Nordic Designers Aid’s civic society projects. We donate our surplus stock to Nordic Designers Aid, a Danish not-for-profit, volunteer organisation with a mission to create less waste in the Scandinavian fashion industry and equal opportunities for girls.

The organisation sells the stock at fashion fundraisers in South Africa where proceeds are then donated to projects supporting programmes that work towards lifting girls out of poverty and empower them to reach their full potential. One of these projects is Crafting Hope, a South African non-profit, working to inspire and empower girls through art, development and social change in their communities. Read about more Nordic Designers Aid projects on their website .

Collaboration with Soroptimist International Denmark
Have you ever wondered what happens to faulty clothing that gets returned? Here at STORM & MARIE, we offer replacement styles whenever possible, or a refund.
On the rare occasion that we receive faulty styles, they are repaired by the Danish chapter of Soroptimist International, an organisation dedicated to empowering women and girls through projects that advocate their rights. The repaired and fault-free styles are sent to Romania for distribution among women and girls who are in need of clothing.

The Danish chapter is part of the Soroptimist International organisation that works to improve the lives of women and girls in over 60 countries. Soroptimists have addressed women’s issues in their communities and beyond since Soroptimist International was founded in 1921. Today, it is a strong international network of some 75,000 women, who are powerful and effective advocates of women’s and girls’ rights. Find out more about their work on their website.