Charities & Partnerships.


Joslin is proud to partner with and support ANTaR in this years National Close the Gap Day on Thursday 18th March 2021. We have committed to donating 50% of direct sales proceeds on this day to support the Close the Gap Campaign to raise awareness about the New National Agreement on Closing the Gap and keep pressure on governments to uphold their commitments under the Agreement. 

The National Close the Gap campaign has been running since 2006 and its objective is to close the health and life expectancy gap between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and non-Indigenous Australians within a generation. Indigenous people in Australia are more likely than most other population groups to have pre-existing health conditions – making the Indigenous community more vulnerable to more severe impacts from health crisis such as the current global pandemic.

ANTaR is a not-for-profit national advocacy organisation dedicated specifically to the rights - and overcoming the disadvantage - of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. They do this primarily through lobbying, public campaigns and advocacy. 

Their focus is on changing the attitudes and behaviours of non-Indigenous Australians so that the rights and cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are respected and affirmed across all sections of society.

For more information on the Close the Gap Campaign click here or for more information on ANTaR, click here or to take the Pledge to Close the Gap, click here.



Joslin is proud to partner with i=Change and donate $1 of every sale towards charities that are close to our heart:


Specialised literacy support for First Nation and Torres Strait Islander children.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children continue to fall through the cracks of our education system, trapping them in a cycle of vulnerability and illiteracy. This devastating gap is particularly evident in remote Indigenous communities, where the writing abilities of year 9 students are at year 1 level. If not addressed in the early years, this issue continues into adulthood.
In remote areas, up to 70% of Aboriginal adults are ‘functionally illiterate’. This is a national tragedy.
We believe literacy is freedom; to take control of your life, be informed, have a voice, stand up for your rights, resist exploitation, be self-confident and self-reliant. Literacy unlocks the door to learning and a world of endless possibilities.
The Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation is transforming lives through community-driven, ground-breaking and best practice literacy programs. Working in English and Indigenous First Languages, ALNF is committed to creating sustainable, long-term change.


Providing shelter to a women who are escaping domestic violence.

In this current COVID-19 crisis, Women's Community Shelters is experiencing a 25% increase in inquiries for safe accommodation for women and children who are homeless or escaping domestic violence. Existing services were already at full capacity, with more than 50% of women seeking shelter turned away due to a lack of beds.
Across Australia, around 56,000 women are homeless each night, many with young children. Now, there are many more. Women unable to access shelters are left vulnerable, disconnected from community and support networks.
Women’s Community Shelters is dedicated to providing women and children with a safe place to stay and an opportunity to rebuild their lives.


Ecological restoration and replantation of our home, Australia.

Since European settlement, over 90 million hectares of land across Australia has been cleared, threatening species and the productivity of farmlands. Climate change will only exacerbate the impact with reduced rainfall, increased temperatures, droughts and more frequent extreme weather events.
Greening Australia aims to restore 330,000 hectares of native trees across Australia by 2030. Drawing on the expert input of Traditional Owners, scientists and local land managers, we will plant 500 million trees and shrubs to store carbon, create quality habitat for native wildlife, and restore degraded farmland. These 500 million trees and shrubs will absorb over 1.3 million tonnes of carbon dioxide per year by 2030, and reduce atmospheric carbon pollution.
This is one of the world’s largest and most ambitious ecological restoration programs.