Secret Harbour: delivering good to women in need

McKenzie Lee and Megan Biddle at the gifting station.
McKenzie Lee and Megan Biddle at the gifting station.

SECRET Harbour Shoppers will have the chance to help women affected by family domestic violence when choosing their own Christmas gifts.

Two Good provides food and lifestyle products to domestic violence refuges and soup kitchens in Australia.

Rob Caslick and Cathal Flaherty started the organisation a decade ago.

They realised domestic violence strips women of all their self-worth so they made a commitment to do something special for these women.

Two Good make exquisitely packaged body care products where one identical pack is donated for every pack bought, and they employ women from the refuges.

For the second year they have partnered with Secret Harbour Square property managers Charter Hall to run a campaign dubbed ‘Delivering Good’.

Just pick a gift box from the gifting wall, pack the gift box with products, wrap it in tissue paper and write a hand-written note to be delivered to a woman living in a shelter this Christmas.

The bespoke gifts cost $25 and for every one bought Charter Hall will donate one to a woman living in a shelter.

Two Good Co. founder Rob Caslick was happy for the support.

“Since Two Good Co. began its work in late 2016, the organisation has delivered more than 40,000 meals to refuges and shelters, and has established a kitchen in Sydney where domestic violence survivors can train for jobs in hospitality,” he said.

Greg Chubb, Charter Hall Retail CEO, said it was a privilege to help.

“We are delighted and privileged to extend our partnership with Two Good Co. to deliver this campaign at Christmas,” he said.

“One in four women in Australia experience domestic violence at some point, and many of them end up in refuges whilst they work through this very challenging time in their lives.