Matildas x Gym Face
We are super excited and honoured at Gym Face to have partnered with Australian Women's Football Superstars (AKA The Matildas) - Katrina Gorry, Chloe Logarzo and Hayley Raso - to create two special edition Gym Face designs to celebrate the accomplishments of the ParaMatildas.
The ParaMatildas are Australia’s first national team for women and girls with cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury and symptoms of stroke. They want women and girls with cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury or symptoms of stroke to know that they have a rightful place in football and that their achievements will be celebrated by an Australia that welcomes and embraces diversity.
50% of all profits from sales of these special edition gym towels will be donated to the ParaMatildas as they continue their amazing journey.
"Gym Face is more than just a towel - it's a reflection of our shared values and aspirations. We invite you to be part of our movement towards a greener, healthier, and more connected fitness world. Together, let's make a difference, one workout at a time."
Chloe, Katrina & Hayley - Matildas
“I am so proud of the ParaMatildas and all they have achieved so far. We are teaming up with Gym Face to ensure they continue to get the support they need. Gym Face are donating 50% of the profits from their limited edition towels to the ParaMatildas so they can continue to kick goals both on and off the pitch!”
"I am so happy to be a part of this Gym Face and ParaMatildas campaign. What a fantastic initiative from Gym Face, donating 50% of the profits from their limited-edition designs to the ParaMatildas. An eco-friendly and sustainable brand that is not only looking out for our environment, but also looking out for our female CP footballers in Australia."
As a lot of you know, I am all about embracing diversity. That’s why I’m thrilled to be a part of the Gym Face and ParaMatildas campaign. Gym Face are giving 50% of their profits from their limited-edition designs directly to the ParaMatildas to help the national team for women and girls with cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury or symptoms of stroke show off their extraordinary skills on the world stage.