Your cart is currently empty.
In recognition of this important week in Australia’s history, the Harry’s team is collaborating with NT based House Of Darwin on a T-shirt featuring an illustration by artist Luna Tunes, with profits from sales going towards “Hoop Dreams”, an initiative to build, restore & beautify basketball courts for youths in remote indigenous communities.
Pulling from the deep history and complexity of native ingredients long championed by the First Nations people, the Harry’s team have created a special menu of drinks and snacks to enjoy across the week with portions from sales of the menu going to House Of Darwin.
”We’ve decided to pay homage to those who have laid the foundation of reconciliation in the 80s. A run of concerts occurred around Australia under the banner of “Rock Against Racism” which were aligned with Australia’s bicentenary celebration in 1988. This inspired a bus load of Territorians to hit the road bound for Sydney in search of a brighter future for First Nations people across the nation. We’re really excited to bring this story back to life through a illustration created by Luna Tunes” - Shaun Edwards, House Of Darwin
Harry’s is incredibly excited to team up with House Of Darwin to produce something that continues to expand the conversation on NAIDOC week. House of Darwin is a social enterprise that raises funds via apparel sales, putting profits back into social programs in remote Indigenous communities in East Arnhem Land, who have previously collaborated with the likes of Flight Facilities, Pass-Port, as well as Puma among others.
“This T-shirt helps tell this important story during NAIDOC week and the funds raised through it will go directly back into our social outreach projects in the Northern Territory. This includes workshops, skate park builds and the current Hoop Dreams in the NT programme: restoring and beautifying basketball courts across the top end.” - Shaun Edwards