Making a difference together
While we take our planet seriously, we are equally committed to giving back to our communities. When our esteemed clients make a purchase from our online boutique, at no cost to them, a portion of the sales goes towards the charity they choose from a list of the non-profit organizations available whose mission, actions and causes align very much with our values and beliefs.
Not only do they get a great product but also a great feeling that they did something good with their purchase.
Our list of Charities include:
- UNICEF is the world’s farthest-reaching humanitarian organization for children. Across 190 countries and territories, and in the world’s toughest places, Unicef works day in and day out to help children survive. To defend their rights. To keep them protected, healthy and educated. To give them a fair chance to fulfill their potential.
- Breast Cancer Society of Canada-The Breast Cancer Society of Canada was established in 1991 by Lawrence and Kay Greenaway, in memory of their daughter Pam who died of breast cancer at 38 years old. The money raised is used to fund patient-focused research for the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of breast cancer. The research laboratory integrates efforts and expertise to decrease duplication, accelerating innovation as well as the delivery of and access to novel therapies, having a direct impact on patient care.
- It Gets Better Canada- Envisions a day when no young person in Canada feels marginalized, isolated, excluded or rejected because of their sexuality or gender identification.
- The BC SPCA is the only animal welfare organization in B.C. with the authority to enforce animal cruelty laws under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act (PCA Act). They are the largest animal welfare organization in North America and the largest animal sheltering society in the world. They assist more than 97,109 animals in need every year and are funded by compassionate animal lovers who support their work and partner with them to protect and enhance the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in B.C.
- Save the Children Ukraine (Save the children)- Since 2014, they have responded to the conflict emergency by providing lifesaving interventions across Eastern Ukraine. They support the basic needs of the most vulnerable families, proving food, shelter, coal, multi-purpose cash grants, clothing and medicine. They provide children and their caregivers affected by the conflict with Community Centres and mobile outreach teams where they can receive psychosocial support. Also run programmes to develop positive coping strategies, life-skills and resilience. They conduct Mine Risk Education in schools and nursery to raise awareness on the dangers of mines and explosive remnants of war. For more information please visit their website https://ukraine.savethechildren.net