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Bras are the most needed, yet least donated item of clothing for women. Please help Soma and the National Network to End Domestic Violence support women in need. Simply bring new or gently worn bras to any Soma boutique across the country to benefit domestic violence shelters in your community.

Every Bra Has A Story

See how donated bras have made a difference for women in need.

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= Soma Bra Donation stories from survivors, shelters and more
= Soma Boutiques = Soma Corporate Offices, Fort Myers, FL

Giving Is Beautiful

A group of breast cancer survivors who had suffered through
mastectomies learned about the campaign and donated all the bras they
had left from before their surgery. How wonderful that survivors
of breast cancer could support survivors of domestic violence!

— Alternatives Incorporated | Anderson, Indiana

A victim's husband had burned all of her
underclothing as a means of humiliating her during the abuse.
She was so thankful to receive new bras.

— A shelter in Indiana

A 36-year-old woman stated she wasn't given enough money for
food in the home and it had been four years since she bought a
bra. She cried when presented with four beautiful bras of her
choice. She told us she felt like a woman.

— A shelter in Ohio

Donating a bra can make a world of difference
to women who have to choose between buying
a bra and putting food on the table.

— Laurie Van Brunt | Soma President


Help us support women in need

Give
Bras

Collect bras now and
bring them to any Soma boutique
during the Soma Bra Donation

Mail
Bras

No Soma boutique near you?
Mail new or gently worn bras to:

Soma Bra Donation Bra Recyclers
3317 S. Higley Rd. Suite 114-441
Gilbert, AZ 85297


Where do your donations go?

The National Network to End
Domestic Violence is the leading
voice for survivors of domestic
violence, representing over 2,000
shelter programs throughout the
United States.

Learn more at NNEDV.org Find an NNEDV shelter near you