We Support

 We Support...


At FIRST SIN, we believe that looking good on the outside and feeling good on the inside can be a combined choice. This is why we have chosen to donate 5% of every full price sale to Charity.

The charities we currently support are:

"Lifeline was founded in 1963 by the late Reverend Dr. Sir Alan Walker, when he took a call from a distressed man who later took his own life. Determined not to let isolation and lack of support be the cause of more deaths, Sir Alan launched a 24-hour crisis support line".

Today his vision has become a reality, and Lifeline has become one of the most “direct” crisis support organisations available. Their vision is vast and breathtaking- no suicides in Australia, ever! It is a mission we support and that is why it is a charity we fully embrace. For more information, please visit their website detailed below:


Cancer Council NSW is a community funded, community focused cancer charity dedicated to the defeat of cancer.

Through the development of prevention strategies, research into new treatments and cures, and by providing clinical and emotional support to those affected by cancer, Cancer Council NSW work towards realising their vision of a society where lives are not cut short by or their quality diminished by cancer.

Cancer Council NSW have the broadest reach of any cancer organisation and have been a trusted cancer charity for more than 50 years.

Their absolute clarity of purpose is why we fully support and embrace the Council NSW in their mission. For more information, please visit their website detailed below:


“The AIDS Trust of Australia was established in 1987. The AIDS Trust raises funds nationally and distributes them to state, regional and community organizations that delivery awareness, education, prevention, support, care and social research programs relating to HIV/AIDS.”

For us at FIRST SIN the Trust has always represented a charity that exists beyond its aim of eliminating HIV/AIDS; it represents inclusion. After so many years HIV/AIDS still has a stigma that has nothing to do with a virus. That is why we fully support and embrace this active and dynamic charity. For more information, please visit their website detailed below: