Give us a “J”! Give us an “A”! Give us an “N”! Give us an “E”! We’ll always be a cheerleader for Jane Fonda, but now we love her even more.

Last week, the 82-year-old actress, activist and modern Gaia joined TikTok with a throwback to the “Jane Fonda Workouts” she made so famous in the 80s. But the leg warmers and lycra beheld a much deeper sentiment, that of climate change, with the environmental warrior using the workout as a conduit to get her powerful message about the planet across: “work out with me for the planet.”

Yesterday, Fonda was back to her benevolent best, taking to Instagram (she’s very social savvy that Jane Fonda) to share the news of a new, limited-edition tracksuit collection in collaboration with Crafted LA, with 100% of proceeds going to two of the most pressing causes right now: climate change and Covid-19.

“After seeing the incredible outpouring of love for the sweat suits, my friends at Crafted LA decided to produce a limited run of the collection to donate 100% of net proceeds to @FireDrillFriday and @1fairwage_official. Each purchase will help the fight against climate change and provide assistance to our service industry and tipped workers affected by COVID-19. To buy click the link in my bio. #FireDrillFridays #OneFairWage.”

Modelling one of the sweat suits in the photo (along with a lick of hot pink L’oreal lacquer and cute fluffy dog), Fonda wore the Heather Gray Rainbow Jogging suit from the limited-edition collection, which features a happy rainbow stripe up the side and down the hood and “FONDA” in white. The set also comes in navy, along with two white t-shirts with a rainbow flame and “Fire Drill Fridays” logo.

Both charitable and cute, this is the perfect kind of loungewear if you ask us.