Giving Back to the Communities

Profits from every bag support a charity within the neighbourhood you purchase from.

  • Bloorcourt – Sistering

    “Sistering is a multi-service agency for at-risk, socially isolated women in Toronto who are homeless or precariously housed. We have been serving this community for over 35 years, validating the experiences of women and trans people regardless of outcomes. Community members come from diverse backgrounds and include women and trans people who are experiencing, or have experiences with: substance use and mental health issues; disability; trauma and violence; immigration, refugee, and undocumented status.”

  • Bloordale – Safe Haven

    “Everyone deserves a space where they can thrive. An environment that is safe, loving and allows them to develop to the best of their abilities. At Safehaven, we go the extra mile to deliver respite and residential care that not only exceeds medical standards, but is non-institutional and fun. With extensive recreational programming, highly trained staff and modern home-like facilities, we deliver everything an individual needs to live a bright and rewarding life.”

  • Queen West – St. Felix Centre

    "Today, we are dedicated to providing support to some of the most marginalized individuals in Toronto’s downtown core. Services and programs for our guests are offered in a safe, welcoming and respectful environment inclusive of all religions, genders, cultures, and abilities. All peoples are treated with respect and dignity, regardless of circumstance, in the Felician-Franciscan tradition.”

  • Ossington – West Neighbourhood House

    “Successive waves of immigrant families have made downtown Toronto their first stop in Canada and, in the process, have discovered that West Neighbourhood House as one of their first and best friends. From our various locations in the past to the homes of our current programs, West Neighbourhood House has been part of the lives and hearts of people of all ages and cultural backgrounds since 1912.”

  • College Promenade – Bike Brigade

    “The Bike Brigade is a group of 1000+ volunteer cyclists delivering food and other essentials by bike across Tkaronto (Toronto). We work directly with equity-seeking groups, food banks and other non-profits that are supporting vulnerable folks and underinvested communities in our city. We provide last-mile deliveries on behalf of our partners and work cooperatively to meet the needs of all community members.”

  • Midtown Yonge – Canadian Women's Foundation

    "The Canadian Women’s Foundation is a national leader in the movement for gender equality in Canada. Through funding, research, advocacy, and knowledge sharing, we work to achieve systemic change.

    We support women, girls, and gender-diverse people to move out of violence, out of poverty, and into confidence and leadership."

  • Riverside – Ralph Thornton Community Centre

    “The Ralph Thornton Community Centre is where neighbours meet, events are celebrated, programs are enjoyed, and support is exchanged. We develop programs, nourish culture, and empower citizens' actions. We work with agencies, individuals, and groups to build the capacity of a caring, healthy, and vibrant community.”

  • Oakwood Village - FCJ Refugee Centre

    “FCJ Refugee Centre serves refugees and others at risk due to their immigration status, and welcomes anyone asking for advice, counsel and support regarding these issues. We address systemic issues that newly arrived refugee claimants face in Canada including lack of resources, marginalization, and discrimination.”

1 of 8