#InHerShoes

Projects we are proud to support.

Roccamore has grown into the brand it is today thanks to the support of thousands of amazing women. And as we grow bigger, we want to give back whenever possible.

 

For two years in a row, we have collaborated with an inspiring NGO called Dress For Success - and international non-profit organisation with 147 offices in 25 countries. Together we have strived to improve the lives of women in certain communities, and give them back the power they deserve.

#InHerShoes 2020

We partnered with Dress For Success in Greater London, with the mission to assist women with limited resources achieve financial independence. In 2019 the organisation had worked with 1020 women in the London area, and had a success rate of 69% of them getting a job.

They work with refugees, single mothers, women from abusive relationships and women born into poverty, and help them by coaching the women for interviews, building their confidence and giving them professional outfits to wear.

HOW WE HELPED

We created a limited edition gold glitter boot called Nita, which was available for pre-order. Nita was named after Juanita Ingram, the founder of Dress For Success Greater London. A total of 312 pairs were sold!

All the profits were donated to Dress For Success and invested in helping women by providing them with tools to get a job: ongoing professional development, interview training and a capsule wardrobe. Total amount donated: €16.347, which is estimated to make a difference in the lives of 75 women.

#InHerShoes 2019

This campaign supported women's rights over their own bodies. Roccamore collaborated with Francesca Fenech Conti, one of the biggest supporters and spokespeople for Dress For Success in Malta. Together with The Women’s Rights Foundation, Francesca is fighting for the need for proper sex education and free contraception in Malta, the last country in EU with a total ban on abortion.

The local NGOs work tirelessly to educate the public and break down stereotypes in a very patriarchal and conservative society. In 2016 the Women’s Rights Foundation and Women For Women were instrumental in bringing emergency contraception to all pharmacies in Malta, but there is still a long way to go.

#InHerShoes

Projects we are proud to support.

Roccamore has grown into the brand it is today thanks to the support of thousands of amazing women. And as we grow bigger, we want to give back whenever possible.

 

For two years in a row, we have collaborated with an inspiring NGO called Dress For Success - and international non-profit organisation with 147 offices in 25 countries. Together we have strived to improve the lives of women in certain communities, and give them back the power they deserve.

#InHerShoes 2020

We partnered with Dress For Success in Greater London, with the mission to assist women with limited resources achieve financial independence. In 2019 the organisation had worked with 1020 women in the London area, and had a success rate of 69% of them getting a job.

They work with refugees, single mothers, women from abusive relationships and women born into poverty, and help them by coaching the women for interviews, building their confidence and giving them professional outfits to wear.

#InHerShoes

Projects we are proud to support.

Roccamore has grown into the brand it is today thanks to the support of thousands of amazing women. And as we grow bigger, we want to give back whenever possible.

 

For two years in a row, we have collaborated with an inspiring NGO called Dress For Success - and international non-profit organisation with 147 offices in 25 countries. Together we have strived to improve the lives of women in certain communities, and give them back the power they deserve.

#InHerShoes 2020

We partnered with Dress For Success in Greater London, with the mission to assist women with limited resources achieve financial independence. In 2019 the organisation had worked with 1020 women in the London area, and had a success rate of 69% of them getting a job.

They work with refugees, single mothers, women from abusive relationships and women born into poverty, and help them by coaching the women for interviews, building their confidence and giving them professional outfits to wear.

HOW WE HELPED

We created a limited edition gold glitter boot called Nita, which was available for pre-order. Nita was named after Juanita Ingram, the founder of Dress For Success Greater London. A total of 312 pairs were sold!

All the profits were donated to Dress For Success and invested in helping women by providing them with tools to get a job: ongoing professional development, interview training and a capsule wardrobe. Total amount donated: €16.347, which is estimated to make a difference in the lives of 75 women.

#InHerShoes 2019

This campaign supported women's rights over their own bodies. Roccamore collaborated with Francesca Fenech Conti, one of the biggest supporters and spokespeople for Dress For Success in Malta. Together with The Women’s Rights Foundation, Francesca is fighting for the need for proper sex education and free contraception in Malta, the last country in EU with a total ban on abortion.
 
The local NGOs work tirelessly to educate the public and break down stereotypes in a very patriarchal and conservative society. In 2016 the Women’s Rights Foundation and Women For Women were instrumental in bringing emergency contraception to all pharmacies in Malta, but there is still a long way to go.

HOW WE HELPED

We created a limited edition gold glitter boot called Nita, which was available for pre-order. Nita was named after Juanita Ingram, the founder of Dress For Success Greater London. A total of 312 pairs were sold!

All the profits were donated to Dress For Success and invested in helping women by providing them with tools to get a job: ongoing professional development, interview training and a capsule wardrobe. Total amount donated: €16.347, which is estimated to make a difference in the lives of 75 women.

#InHerShoes 2019

This campaign supported women's rights over their own bodies. Roccamore collaborated with Francesca Fenech Conti, one of the biggest supporters and spokespeople for Dress For Success in Malta. Together with The Women’s Rights Foundation, Francesca is fighting for the need for proper sex education and free contraception in Malta, the last country in EU with a total ban on abortion.

The local NGOs work tirelessly to educate the public and break down stereotypes in a very patriarchal and conservative society. In 2016 the Women’s Rights Foundation and Women For Women were instrumental in bringing emergency contraception to all pharmacies in Malta, but there is still a long way to go.

OUR CONTRIBUTION

It is important that all women have the same rights and have full control of our own bodies and minds. Many women are denied the right for a pregnancy termination, even though they might be a victim of rape, incest or are mentally unstable. We think this is an important issue that should not be happening at all in this age and time, and we have to contribute as much as we can.

We designed a limited edition boot called Francesca, named after Francesca Conti of course. The profit was donated to Women's Rights Foundation. With the campaign roccamore donated €15.000.

OUR CONTRIBUTION

It is important that all women have the same rights and have full control of our own bodies and minds. Many women are denied the right for a pregnancy termination, even though they might be a victim of rape, incest or are mentally unstable. We think this is an important issue that should not be happening at all in this age and time, and we have to contribute as much as we can.

We designed a limited edition boot called Francesca, named after Francesca Conti of course. The profit was donated to Women's Rights Foundation. With the campaign roccamore donated €15.000.

OUR CONTRIBUTION

It is important that all women have the same rights and have full control of our own bodies and minds. Many women are denied the right for a pregnancy termination, even though they might be a victim of rape, incest or are mentally unstable. We think this is an important issue that should not be happening at all in this age and time, and we have to contribute as much as we can.
 
We designed a limited edition boot called Francesca, named after Francesca Conti of course. The profit was donated to Women's Rights Foundation. With the campaign roccamore donated €15.000.