Cazinc the Label has released two t-shirts and a tank top to support community domestic violence organisation RizeUp.
During the pandemic, RizeUp has witnessed a 27% increase in support required from those experiencing domestic violence.
RizeUp CEO Nicolle Edwards said that now more than ever, the organisation needs the support of the community.
"RizeUp Australia had no option but to keep the doors open, unlike many other organisations during the COVID-19 pandemic, experiencing an astonishing 27% increase in support required.
"We are a community driven organisation that advocates for the most vulnerable people in our community who have been impacted by domestic and family violence.
"RizeUp connects the broader community and generates sustainable outcomes via a really practical response that supports victim/survivors press the restart button on a life free from violence.
"That is why we need more help than ever and are thrilled to have Cazinc the Label walk alongside RizeUp to provide vital fundraising and advocacy support," she said.
$10 from each sale of the specially designed pieces will be donated to the organisation, with Cazinc founder Carolyn Rowland adding that the cause is close to her heart.
"Domestic violence is an issue that has affected those closest to me, so I am proud we can do our bit by partnering up with a charity such as RizeUp, who do so much to help our community when it comes to issues such as domestic violence," she said.
Cazinc the Label commissioned Melbourne artist Sara Sidari for the design of the pieces.
The limited-edition collection is available now on the Cazinc the Label website and retails for between $59-$69.