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UNIQLO's PEACE FOR ALL Charity T-Shirt Project Provides RM 22.3 Million to Date for Global Peace Activities

To coincide with International Day of Peace on Thursday, September 21, global apparel retailer UNIQLO today announces that through its PEACE FOR ALL charity T-shirt project it has to date donated over RM 22.3 million to three international aid organizations working on global peace activities.


Since the commencement of the project in June 2022, 100% of profits from the sales of PEACE FOR ALL T-shirts (equivalent to 20% of the selling price) have been donated evenly to UNHCR (the UN refugee agency), Save the Children, and Plan International through their respective representatives in Japan. Worldwide, over 2.3 million PEACE FOR ALL T-shirts have so far been sold, with shirts featuring designs donated by prominent figures including tennis legend Roger Federer, novelist Haruki Murakami, and artist KAWS.


Donations from the PEACE FOR ALL project have so far been used by partner organizations towards projects including helping to prevent early marriage in Vietnam, delivering food supplies and learning spaces for children affected by conflicts and natural disasters, and providing shelter and protection to forcibly displaced men, women, and children.



Comment from Koji Yanai, Fast Retailing Group Executive Officer

"Working towards a future in which everyone can live in peace and security, UNIQLO commenced the PEACE FOR ALL project as a way to move the world even just a little in a better direction. On International Day of Peace, I am overjoyed to announce that the project has so far donated over RM 22.3 million towards peace-related activities. I would like to express my deepest appreciation once again to all our customers who have supported PEACE FOR ALL, to our collaborators who have participated in the project with a wish for peace, and to our charity partner organizations. We look forward to continuing to grow the PEACE FOR ALL project, and to continue donating together with our customers."