Former Dubs star Michael joins urban leisure clothing company
Former Dublin player Michael Darragh Macauley joins Human Collective as Chief Impact Officer

Former Dubs star Michael joins urban leisure clothing company

EIGHT time All-Ireland winner Michael Darragh Macauley has recently joined urban leisure clothing company Human Collective.

Ballyboden St Enda’s man Macauley, has joined the ethically and environmentally conscious group as a Chief Impact Officer.

A school teacher by profession, Macauley is a man of many talents, and well known for his many commendable charitable deeds, at home and abroad.

He also works with NEIC, an initiative that supports social and economic regeneration of Dublin’s North East inner city.

The Human Collective announced they were “thrilled” to welcome Michael Darragh Macauley to the group.

They said: “Most people know him from his sporting achievements but those who really know him will know what he stands for. To working and helping inner-city communities to his numerous charity endeavors, he has an inner goodness and we are delighted that he is on our team.”

Ethical and sustainable fashion is by far the fastest growing sector in the industry.

Forecasts predict the market will almost double between 2020 and 2025 with an overall value of approximately €7.5 billion.

Macauley, who retired from inter-county football with the Dubs in January last year, won an incredible eight All-Irelands, 10 Leinster titles, two All Star awards, and two Leinster’s and an All-Ireland club title with Boden.

Human Collective design Irish urban leisure clothing that’s “environmentally sustainable and socially inclusive”.

Their line of jumpers are made with organic cotton and recycled polyester features an equal “=” symbol on every jumper to show support for racial, LGBTQI+ and opportunity equality.

They donate €3 of every jumper to their charity partners, Sports Against Racism Ireland, LGBT Ireland and The Irish Youth Foundation.

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