Our team believes in giving - and we're actually quite passionate about it. Behind every item we craft, and curated gift box we create - we keep in mind the next dollar that'll go towards a charity. We want to make a difference by giving our own gift, and we do just that by sharing a percentage of our sales.  Proceeds go to a different charity every month, and that my friends - puts a pretty big smile on our faces. Our team puts their hearts together in deciding where the proceeds will go, and we'd love to hear which charity is close to yours! Send us a quick note through the below so that we can learn more about it!

JUNE 2021

Camp fYrefly is Canada’s only national leadership retreat for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, two-spirit, asexual, intersex, queer, questioning, and allied youth. The camp provides a space for youth to explore their identity, build resilience and enhance self-esteem, all while having an awesome camp experience. Participants return home with a support network of positive friendships, trusted adult mentors, and an empowered sense of self.

Camp fYrefly Southern Alberta began in 2013 thanks to a partnership between the University of Alberta’s Institute for Sexual Minority Studies and Services (ISMSS) and Calgary Sexual Health Centre (now the Centre for Sexuality).

To know more about Camp fYrefly, you can learn more or donate here.

MAY 2021

ACT Alberta assists victims of human trafficking across the province. We have offices in Edmonton and Calgary, each concerned with building capacity to identify and respond to human trafficking.

ACT Alberta undertakes a variety of activities around education, advocacy, agency collaboration and victim assistance.

Theyl increase knowledge and awareness on human trafficking, advocate for effective rights-based responses, build capacity of all involved stakeholders, and lead and foster collaboration for joint action against human trafficking.

To know more about Act Alberta, you can learn more or donate here.

APRIL 2021

Autism Calgary is an association of individuals and families living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) striving to assist each other and the broader community so that those with ASD live meaningful and purposeful lives in a community that values them.


The organization serves as the community of families, caregivers and supportive professionals collectively striving for a supportive, accepting and understanding community for individuals and families living with ASD.

To know more about Autism Calgary, you can learn more or donate here.

MARCH 2021