our corporate & Community partners
Glamorise has been manufacturing and distributing bras for the fuller figured woman for nearly 100 years. We can't thank them enough for their continual support of The Undies Project with bra donations. Visit their website here.
Brayola is an online lingerie retailer that helps shoppers find better fitting bras by using their bra analyzer and extractor to identify the best fit. We are grateful for the bra donations they send to us. Visit their website here.
GWBB Girls Will Be Boys is active loungewear inspired by today’s modern tomboy. GWBB's focus is, and always has been, on making high quality apparel that makes you feel comfortable in your own skin. GWBB is not just an apparel company, it is a lifestyle. For each order placed GWBB will donate a pair of underwear to The Undies Project, an exciting new partnership for us. Visit their website here.
Pro Bono Partnership
Pro Bono Partnership is a nationally recognized provider of free legal services to non profits. Their wonderful volunteer attorneys help non profits in NY, NJ and CT achieve their goals, avoid risk and better serve their communities. Visit their website here.
Shoreline Video Productions
Founder Chris Jones has worked with The Undies Project since 2017. He has helped us produce short video content to promote our events and drives. Thank you Chris for your enthusiasm, talent, high quality productions and for helping us connect with our supporters. Visit his website here.
Mercury Bookkeeping Services
Started in 2005 by President and Owner, Michele Johnson, Mercury Business Associates provides dependable bookkeeping, financial management and support for small and medium sized businesses, tailored to each individual business. We are thrilled to have them look after our bookkeeping needs. Visit there website here.
Banking Needs by First Bank of Greenwich
Thank you First Bank of Greenwich for your commitment to helping small non profits like us set up an account and grow within the community. Visit their website here.
SCORE was instrumental in getting The Undies Project up and running. With the expertise of their retired professional, and our mentor Brian Jarvis, we became a 501(c)(3) and have grown from supporting one organization that helps those in need to 25. Visit their website here.