Good Deeds Makers
This is a place where good things happen. This is the place where you can donate to contribute to a greater good. Or where you can win a prize from a VIP by participating to a good deed tombola. This is the place for good people doing good deeds. This is the place for you.
Doing good lottery: Doina Levintza Dress
You have a chance to WIN this exclusive dress and matching cape, created by Doina Levintza. The dress fits size S/M and the hand made cape is ONE size. All the profits from this doing good ruffle will be donated to WWF Romania, to support nature conservation projects. Because our planet needs our (re)love. We, at DRESSINGZ, we strongly believe that true luxury is sustainable, that looking good should go hand in hand with doing good. There is no beauty in fashion that harms our planet. This is why we encourage all fashion fans to embrace sustainable pre-owned fashion. To re-use, re-wear, re-sell, re-LOVE. To adopt fashion citcularity as the new normal and save planet resources, decrease fashion industry waste and carbon footprint.
WWF Romania is one of the Foundation we deeply resonate with, because they stronly believe that people can prosper in harmony with nature and are restless in making this happen.
With the profits raised from this ruffle, we want to contribute to their nature conservation projects, leading to restoring degraded ecosystems and sustainable use of natural resources. Thank you for being a good deed maker!
Fundația Dăruiește viață
Dăruiește Viață was born in 2012, with the goal to fundamentaly reform the Romanian medical system. Along with Carmen Uscatu and Oana Gheorghiu, the founders of the association, Paula Herlo joined the initiative as Honorary President.
Founded in 1961, WWF is a leading organisation that works in the field of wilderness preservation and the reduction of human impact of the environment. Its global mission is to stop the degradation of the planet's natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.
In Romania, WWF has been working since 2006 to protect the wild environment in the Carpathian Mountains and along the Danube including protected areas, the Danube Delta, waters, forests, protection of brown bears and sturgeons.
Today, human activities put more pressure on nature than ever before, but it’s also people who have the power to change this trajectory. Thus, seeking to protect the wild life, WWF joins efforts in stimulating the transition to the green economy and the development of environmental education programs for young people.