Buy with pride!
A special thank you to the following retail partners, who provide tremendous support
in many meaningful ways throughout the year:
And when you buy the products featured below, you can support the Canadian Women’s Foundation directly. Whether you’re treating yourself or looking for an extra-special gift, keep these products and businesses in mind.
The Lotus is a personal safety wearable that, when paired with the SEAM app, lets you record and share your GPS location with streaming audio, access your voice assistant and communicate hands-free. For each Lotus personal safety device sold, $1 will be donated to the Canadian Women’s Foundation.
Inspired by a delicate flower that thrives in difficult conditions, thewas designed by Delane Cooper exclusively for the Canadian Women’s Foundation. The matching earrings, pendant and bracelet feature the Mountain Aven flower, which was chosen for its resilience and the white pearl is a reminder to walk with dignity.
Make a statement with this sterling-silver necklace, custom designed to support the Foundation’s annual Campaign to End Violence. One hundred per cent of the net proceeds from each necklace go to our Violence Prevention fund, which supports shelters and programs that help to break the cycle of violence.
YEGBox and “Loved” t-shirt
Reloved and YEGBox
Want to wrap the women in your life with love? Proceeds from beautifulby Reloved support the Canadian Women’s Foundation, and even include a stitched-in label that you can personalize! You can also find this shirt in the limited-edition ‘I Am Loved” box by , who also support the Foundation with proceeds. The gift box includes a “loved” t-shirt, a gorgeous bracelet from eliasz and ella, an exclusive candle, and bath truffles.
A Life in Bloom
A Life in Bloom is a down-to-earth women’s guide to building a successful financial future. Co-authored by Vancouver-based Wealth Advisors Nancy Farran and Justin Dyer, the book introduces financial concepts from a Canadian standpoint and helps people make the most of their money. Proceeds from the books purchased onwill be donated to the Foundation to support financial literacy.