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Give a Christmas gift for good through Two Good

Eveleigh-based social enterprise Two Good Co has released a new range of Christmas gifts for good – to offer people the chance to give twice: once to their loved one and once to a woman in need.

From Blak Cede Citrus Salt, made with love by First Nations women of Waminda’s social enterprise, Blak Cede, to hardwood cutting boards that support flood-affected businesses in Lismore, it’s easier than ever for people to make their gift go further.

Every purchase doubles the joy: recipients get to enjoy a high-quality product, and Two Good Co can continue to employ women affected by domestic violence, homelessness or complex trauma to make these gifts through their Work-Work employment program, with 50 per cent of profits reinvested into the Two Good Foundation.

The hardwood boards and “Change The Course” aprons, made from 100 per cent cotton twill are new additions to Two Good’s 2022 festive range and both are also available for co-branded, bulk purchase.

Blak Cede Citrus Salt, made with love by First Nations women of Waminda’s social enterprise, Blak Cede, is one of the Christmas gifts available this year from Eveleigh-based social enterprise Two Good Co. Photo: Supplied

For every Good Feels Christmas Cracker sold, a meal is donated to someone staying in a women’s refuge. The crackers can also be purchased alongside new bone china dinner plates created in collaboration with In the Roundhouse.

Favourites from Two Good’s core range, including their Cookbook Two and Cleanse & Nourish Hand Wash, also feature in this year’s gift collection – the biggest they’ve ever had.

“The festive season can be a particularly challenging time for people experiencing hardship and isolation. We’ve been fortunate to work with some amazing businesses this year, including our partners at Waminda and Blak Cede, as well as a flood-affected business in Lismore.” says Rob Caslick, founder and CEO of Two Good Co.


Two Good provides food, support and training to victims of domestic violence, homelessness or complex trauma. Its festive range is now available to purchase online –

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