To celebrate the 10th anniversary of AIME's 'Hoodie Day' in style, and raise funds for the not-for-profit to continue unlocking the potential of marginalised Indigenous kids, M.J. Bale is proud to announce our upcoming AIME x M.J. Bale' hoodie jackets'. The hoodie jackets are designed by AIME creative director, Dan Single, and feature AIME cotton hoodie details (hood, cuffs, ribbing) sewn to an M.J. Bale jacket. The limited-edition garments, sewn in Sydney, will be sold in M.J. Bale stores and via mjbale.com in July, with 100% of the profits going directly to AIME. AIME is a mentoring organisation founded in 2005 by Jack Manning-Bancroft to close the gap in Indigenous education inequality. As part of their charter, AIME mentors Indigenous students and helps provide a pathway to Year 12 and beyond, improve students' self-esteem and communication skills through an imagination-centric curriculum, and empowers the next generation of First Nation kids to believe 'anything is possible'. To date, AIME has helped over 25,000 students. M.J. Bale worked with AIME in 2019 on the RECLAIMED project, which saw AIME artists paint on M.J. Bale suits, which were then bid for online. M.J. Bale is partnering with AIME to help re-imagine a better tomorrow.