Our Community


The Uniform Swap Shop is designed to reward you, your school and our community.   



Your School & The Alannah & Madeline Foundation


A donation of each fee collected will be returned to the School of the SELLERS choice. 


The Uniform Swap Shop will donate 10% of each collection to the school specified.   


For schools which are 'unspecified', the Uniform Swap Shop will forward 10% of the membership or listing lodgment fee to the Alannah and Madeline Foundation.


Where total donations collected for a school are less than $10 in any 6 month period, the full amount will be donated to The Alannah and Madeline Foundation.


The Alannah & Madeline Foundation.  Our History


On April 28, 1996 at the historical Port Arthur site in Tasmania, 25 people were tragically killed. 


Two small children Alannah & Madeline Mikac, aged six and three, along with their mother, died that day.


Because of this terrible act of violence, Alannah & Madeline's father, Walter Mikac, Phil West and a small group of volunteers, including Gaye and John Fidler who survived Port Arthur, worked hard to setup the Foundation, a national charity, with the belief that all children should have a safe and happy childhood without being subjected to any form of violence. It was launched on 30 April, 1997 by the Prime Minister of Australia.