- Donated more than $570,000 through the Gildan Haiti Relief and Reconstruction Fund. The money helped fund food deliveries, medicine, diapers, tents and financial support to Gildan’s employees, their families, and contractors of the company’s Haitian manufacturing facility.
- Employee policies—including freedom of association, working conditions and elimination of discrimination—are based on International Labour Organization conventions.
- All Gildan-branded products are certified Oeko-Tex Standard 100, which tests for harmful substances in textiles.
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