Green Friday: Providing a sustainable shopping solution to Australians

We are excited to share that Good360 Australia is the exclusive charity partner for Green Friday, Australia’s first online sustainability-focused sale running from the 18th to the 21st of November, 2022.

Green Friday gives shoppers the opportunity to shop exclusive deals from sustainable brands, offering a shopping solution that not only benefits their pockets, but the planet as well. Australia’s top brands including Hype DC, Camilla, Seed & Sprout, Modibodi, and more have signed up as brands committed to their sustainability journeys, offering customers a direct platform where they can ditch frenzied consumerism and shop with the environment in mind.

As part of their membership to 1% For the Planet, Green Friday has also pledged 1% of sales from the weekend to Good360.

Peter Krideras, Co-Founder of Green Friday, said about the event,

“Green Friday as a concept takes consumers on these retailer journeys and allows them to shop sustainability-focused deals that align with what’s important to them based on a public facing framework that we have developed. This means that consumers can choose to support brands that align with what is important to them, whether that is environmental policies, sustainable certifications and more.
As a country Australia has made commitments under the Paris Agreement to meet certain targets and the reality is, if we are to meet these targets we don’t need thousands of brands/consumers doing sustainability perfectly, we need millions doing it imperfectly.

Don’t miss out on Australia’s first shopping event to help the planet. Check out deals at greenfriday.com.au.
You can also visit Good360’s listing here.

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