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  1. Links and Resources Here and There Makers would like to thank and acknowledge the organisations below and encourage you to support them. Days for Girls International Every Girl, Everywhere, Period. Changing the lives of girls and women around the world. www.daysforgirls.org Rotary Club of Boronia A group of amazing volunteers who were instrumental in helping us get the shop and workshop space ready. www.boroniarotary.org.au Second Chance Bangkok Fabulous upcycled products from a Bangkok slum www.sc...
  2. Shipping Information Here and There Makers uses Sendle for shipping as they are carbon neutral and offer a great backup service. We have free shipping options: Free Shipping Nationwide on Orders over $80 Plus, for locals you can Pick up In-Store - just select "store pickup" when you check out. We will contact you when your item can be collected. Nationwide Shipping - $9.95 flat rate If you select "PayPal" or "GPay" as your payment method at checkout, you will be asked to authorise fi...
  3. Bulk Refills One of the special things about Here and There Makers is the ability to bulk refill products that you may normally just replace. We currently offer refills for many products including: Warbotanicals Shampoo and Conditioner (both Regular and Hemp) Warbotanicals Moisturisers and Cleansers Robyn's Soap House Castille Soap, Hand and Shower Gel and Selected Other Products KinKin Naturals Laundry and Dishwashing Liquid Essential Oils from N-Essentials and Melrose Bulk ingredient...
  4. Recycle with us HTM is a recycling drop point for various items. What is Terracycle? TerraCycle is Eliminating the Idea of Waste® by recycling the non-recyclable. Whether it's coffee capsules from your home, pens from a school, or plastic gloves from a manufacturing facility, TerraCycle can collect and recycle almost any form of waste. We partner with individual collectors such as yourself, as well as major consumer product companies, retailers, manufacturers, municipalities, and small businesses across...
  5. Making a Difference Here & There Makers - Caring for People and the Planet sells zero waste, upcycled, fair trade and handmade products created both locally and globally. We are for people who actively want to live more sustainably and reduce their waste output. Our financial purpose is to provide support to Days for Girls Ferntree Gully who provide sustainable sanitary hygiene kits, health education and micro enterprise to women in need around the world while educating and enabling our community to have a ...
  6. Volunteering / Contact There are Volunteering opportunities at Here and There Makers and Days for Girls Ferntree Gully. Sewing skills preferable. Summer Trading Hours (Jan 4 - Jan 25) Mon-Fri - 10am-3pm Sat - 10am-2pm Closed Jan 26 Please see our news page for the latest info on volunteering and contributing to Days For Girls and Here & There Makers. Phone +61 434007743 Email contact (at) hereandtheremakers.com Location 139 Boronia Road, Boronia Victoria 3155 Note** - There is parking on Erica Ave...
  7. Workshops The Days for Girls Workshop space at Here and There Makers is awesome! Unfortunately, our fabulous workshop space is closed to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus and keep our volunteers safer. Please see our news section for details. The good news is that with the shop moved out the front we are also expanding the workshop and making some nifty changes, stay tuned! The Workshop Space... we hope to open it again soon!
  8. Buying From Here & There Makers There are lots of ways to buy online @ Here and There Makers Using our secure credit card facility. Includes GPay (Google) and Shop (Shopify) Pay. Direct Bank Deposit - may take a little longer while funds clear, but good if you don't have a credit card. Bank Details will be displayed upon purchase completion. or buy now and spread your payments with Afterpay Visit www.afterpay.com.au for more information. If you have any questions or concerns, please message us (link at the ...
  9. Here & There Makers COVIDSAFE Plan Here & There Makers actions to help prevent the introduction of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the workplace Hand sanitiser stations in store for staff Regular hourly cleaning of surfaces and door handles Regular hand washing by staff Contactless click and collect procedure implemented Reminders about contactless procedure are on order confirmations and pickup notices, as well as signage on site. Only max 3 staff on premise at any time, maintaining the 4 square metre rule. Max 20 people in ...