Who has paid and who is dragging their heels

To date the fund only needs $9 million to fulfill all the compensation claims, making further contributions all the more vital. Without it families cannot rebuild their lives.

Brands must act now!

The Donor Trust Fund is open for voluntary donations and it is up to the donor to decide if they want to make their contribution public.  This list is based on the latest information we have on public donations.

The following brands have yet to publicly commit to the Rana Plaza Donors Trust Fund despite having had links to a factory in the building.

We call on them to immediately make significant contributions and allow the families and survivors the opportunity to rebuild their lives.


Adler Modemärkte

Grabalok (Store 21)

Manifattura Corona

Ascena Retail

Iconix (Lee Cooper)

NKD

Benetton

J C Penney

PWT (Texman)

Carrefour 

KANZ/ Kids Fashion Group

Robe di Kappa

 Cato Fashions

LC Waikiki

Yes Zee


The following brands have made initial contributions to the Rana Plaza Donors Trust Fund.  But the amount collected still falls a long way short of what is needed. 

Brands such as N Brown Group, VF Corporation, Gap, H&M Conscious Foundation, Debenhams and Zebra Fashion  have made contributions even thought they did not source from a factory in Rana Plaza. Primark, have made a significant contribution (in total approximately US$7 million), however all others listed here need to increase their contributions. 

Auchan

Bonmarche

C&A Foundation

Camaieu

Loblaw

LPP S.A.

BRAC USA incl.

donations from

The Children's Place,

Walmart, Asda and

the Walmart Foundation

El Corte Ingles

Gueldenpfennig

H&M

Inditex

KiK

Mango

Matalan

Mascot

Premier Clothing



US $30 million

The families of those affected by the Rana Plaza collapse are owed $30 million in compensation.

In order to collect the money needed to compensate the victims’ families, the International Labour Organization, a UN agency, created the Rana Plaza Donors Trust Fund in January 2014. All those affected by the disaster can file compensation claims under The Arrangement – a process that has been accepted as a legitimate framework for compensation by international experts and has the backing of every major player in the industry, including a number of Rana Plaza brands, the Bangladesh government, the trade unions and the Bangladesh garment industry. Despite this, many well-known high street brands who were sourcing at Rana Plaza continue to remain extremely reluctant to make any sort of contribution.

The compensation process is explained in this short video: http://www.cleanclothes.org/ranaplaza/dr-mojtaba-kazarzi
All brands in Bangladesh should contribute according to their ability to pay, the size of their relationship with Bangladesh and their relationship with Rana Plaza.

Furthermore, all brands have a responsibility to ensure that the Fund receives US $30 million by the second anniversary of the collapse of Rana Plaza.

To date the fund only needs $9 million to fulfill all the compensation claims, making further contributions all the more vital. Without it families cannot rebuild their lives.

Brands must act now and pay up what is long overdue!