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At Graine we feel it’s imperative to support local businesses, charities and organisations.

We aim to do this by donating selected Australian made leather bags and accessories to local community initiatives that advocate supporting families, children, women and agriculture. These initiatives create a positive social impact and awareness around important causes that are close to our hearts and align with our businesses ethics.

We are committed to designing and manufacturing our leather accessories in Melbourne, Australia which keeps jobs and dollars in our country, while minimizing our carbon footprint by reducing the size of our supply chain.

We believe by that supporting our local community, local talent and our environment it will contribute to shaping a more sustainable and stronger economy within the Australian fashion industry.

We aim to give back where we can and look forward to sharing our progress with you along our journey.


Empowering Women's Economic Independence Forum -  Yuna Chapman Valley Australia 

The Women's Economic Independence Forum create essential foundations that help by provide building blocks for women’s financial independence.


Habitat for Humanity Australia – Silent auction

We donated one of our leather bags to the Habitat for Humanity silent auction in 2018.

Habitats for Humanity help low-income families achieve the dream of building and owning their own home and have built more than 160 homes in Australia. Learn more here


Royal Flying Doctor Service Victoria

We were proud to support the Royal Flying Doctor Service Victoria in August 2019 by donating one of our Little Lygon Bags for their silent auction at their Going the Distance Dinner. Their aim was to raise vital funds that enable their crew to provide health care services in rural and remote areas and support fellow Australians in need. The event was a huge success and they raised more than $60,000 for RFDS Victoria. please see their website at


Spensley Street Primary School – Clifton Hill, Australia – Silent auction