Five Percent (5%) of every purchase goes to a local charity of your choice.

We aim to support our local community by providing a valuable service – and by supporting  local charities and non-profits  close to our hearts. Please read about each of them below and how they make this a better place for all of us. We’re always interested in expanding our list, so please feel free to send suggestions of other deserving local organizations.

Boys & Girls Clubs of South Coast BC

What drives everything we do at Boys & Girls Clubs is the knowledge and belief that every kid is amazing. At our 12 neighbourhood-based Clubs, our people – cool, young mentors and role models – bond with kids by really seeing and hearing them. They use activities – sports, homework clubs, creative arts, healthy food and cooking programs, leadership development and safe access to the online world – as tools to connect with kids. The result? Kids choose to belong here.  BGC develops meaningful and enduring relationships with kids that help them to know they matter, that we believe in them, and that they should believe in themselves. Visit their website »

David Suzuki Foundation

Founded in 1990, the David Suzuki Foundation is a national, bilingual non-profit organization headquartered in Vancouver, with offices in Toronto and Montreal. Through evidence-based research, education and policy analysis, we work to conserve and protect the natural environment, and help create a sustainable Canada. We regularly collaborate with non-profit and community organizations, all levels of government, businesses and individuals. Canadians consistently name the David Suzuki Foundation the country’s most credible and reliable source of evidence-based environmental information, and consider us the lead organization working with government and business to resolve critical environmental issues.  Visit their website »

Backpack Buddies

The Backpack Buddies Program is a unique local charity that aims to address the weekend hunger gap faced by children in our community. Many children who rely on school meal programs Monday through Friday often have little or nothing to eat on the weekends. Backpack Buddies seeks to alleviate this issue by providing Backpacks full of food to children in need on Friday afternoons. Each and every Backpack delivered is fundraised and packed by other students in the community creating a model of kids helping kids. Currently, the Backpack Buddies Program feeds over 1000 children each and every month. Visit their website »

Kids Up Front Foundation

Kids Up Front Foundation (Vancouver) provides access to arts, culture, sports and recreation for children who otherwise would not have the opportunity. By distributing unused event tickets and creating special events to help heal, bond and unite, Kids Up Front ensures that marginalized and at risk children and youth are provided equal, inclusive access to entertaining, inspiring events and activities. Your donated tickets and financial assistance helps us to continue to “change a kid’s world”. Visit their website »

Cat Therapy and Rescue Society

Cat Therapy and Rescue Society is a no kill, non-profit organization that specializes in special needs cats and relocating cats in remote high kill shelters to areas where homes are available. We educate the public on proper care and the importance of spay and neuter. All our cats we take in are fully vetted then found forever loving homes. With your support we can continue to help and grow the number of lives we save. Visit their website »

411 Seniors Centre Society

411 Seniors is a non-profit organization that gives older adults a voice and provides access to information, activities and sustainable services in a culturally sensitive environment that enhances the quality of their lives. They provide services to over 400 seniors all over the lower mainland. Visit their website »

A Loving Spoonful

A Loving Spoonful is a volunteer-driven, non-partisan Society that provides free, nutritious meals and nutritional counseling to men, women and children affected by HIV/AIDS in Metro Vancouver. Every week, year-round, for over 23 years, their dedicated base of volunteers use their own vehicles, gas and time to deliver food and snack packs including milk, bread, yogurt, fresh fruit and juice to those in the community who need it most. Providing over 100,000 meals per year, A Loving Spoonful’s goal is to ensure that every individual living with HIV/AIDS in our community has the adequate nutrition required to give them a fighting chance at life. Visit their website »

Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association (VOKRA)

Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association (VOKRA) is a no-kill, non-profit, registered charity dedicated to the rescue of cats in the Lower Mainland. Founded in 2000 out of the need to care for abandoned, bottle-feeding kittens, VOKRA has grown rapidly from approximately 150 kittens and adult cats per year in 2002 to more than 1,800 in 2012. VOKRA works to reduce uncontrolled breeding in feral cat colonies, while also actively finding foster and forever homes for the growing number of homeless cats. VOKRA is reliant on and always grateful for the support of the community. Visit their website »

Stanley Park Ecology Society

Stanley Park Ecology Society is a non-profit organization helping all wildlife that flies, hops, crawls and flutters in Stanley Park. They tackle habitat needs through restoration, monitoring and conservation action - as well as providing scientific information to help park managers create better management plans. Every year, they give over 20,000 children and adults the opportunity to learn about nature on their wilderness doorstep, through weekly public events, school field trip programs, or by visiting the Stanley Park Nature House on Lost Lagoon, Vancouver’s only ecology centre. Through their popular volunteer-driven conservation and education programs, every year more than 1,200 locals learn new skills, improve their CV, and meet like-minded people. Visit their website »

Parkinson Society British Columbia

Parkinson Society British Columbia is the voice of British Columbians living with Parkinson's. Our purpose is to ease the burden and find a cure for Parkinson's disease through advocacy, education, research and support services. Established in 1969, Parkinson Society British Columbia, governed by a voluntary Board of Directors, receives no government funding and is supported entirely by donations from individuals, members, corporations, foundations and the dedicated efforts of volunteers. Visit their website »


The British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BC SPCA) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to protecting and enhancing the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in British Columbia. It is the largest animal welfare organization of its kind in North America and the first Canadian humane society to become accredited by Imagine Canada, the national umbrella for charities and nonprofits. Each year they help thousands of injured and homeless animals through the generosity of individuals, businesses, foundations and others in the community who support their work. Visit their website »