Redress Raleigh cultivates a more responsible ecosystem for the fashion industry by educating and mobilizing consumers to be positive advocates while leveraging industry-related partnerships.

We are working toward our mission through a variety of activities, including:

  • Hosting socials and networking events for the creative community. Through these events we like to highlight local companies doing awesome things — homegoods, beauty products, clothing, anything well-designed but strongly focused on positive impact on humanity and the environment.

  • Being an active voice for a more responsible fashion industry through advocacy and education. We often participate in panel discussions, lectures, or other events where we can share our experience and knowledge.

  • We send an e-newsletter with information on how you can support what we’re doing and other news on eco-fashion. We also maintain an active conversation on social media about the complexity of the fashion industry and highlight those who are making a difference.







In late 2015 we joined the nonprofit world and became an official 501c3.

Being a 501c3 means many things, but there are three significant changes we want to share with you:

  1. Now any donation you make to Redress Raleigh is tax-deductible. We have updated our website to reflect the many options you have to invest in the future of fashion and textiles through our work. You can grow this community by giving a one-time donation, or you can choose to be a recurring donor. Donors are vitally important to Redress.

  2. We are now eligible for grants we were unable to apply for before. We plan to keep growing our capacity to serve independent designers and educate people on their purchasing decisions, and with our recent decision to become a 501c3, we will be seeking grant funding for future initiatives. We have a proven track record of success and many great ideas, but need some financial assistance in developing these plans. If you are aware of a grant that you think would be a good fit for Redress, feel free to send us the details at info@redressraleigh.com.

  3. Now anyone can volunteer for as little or as long as they like. As a non-profit organization, we can have volunteers throughout the year instead of interns who have to be enrolled for class credit. This means that even if you aren’t in school anymore, you can get involved! This also means that if you’d like to volunteer on a more regular basis throughout the year and not just at our events, we’d be happy to have you join the team. We will be adding more opportunities the more we grow, so stay tuned to our Volunteer page for current openings.