12 DAYS OF GIVING
'Tis the season of giving. For this year's 12 Days of Giving, we want to highlight some local organizations who are working tirelessly to support their communities - and are also accepting donations! Especially with COVID19 amplifying pre-existing inequalities, it is important to lend a helping hand whenever possible.
Additionally, from December 1 - December 12, you can share the donation confirmation on social media and we will send you a free Lucky Iron Cookbook to say thanks!
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS:
SUPPORT OUR PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS
GlobalMedic is a registered Canadian charity whose mandate is to save lives by providing short-term, rapid response in the wake of disasters and crisis, both at home and abroad. GlobalMedic is often the first team, and many times the only one, to get critical interventions to people in life-threatening situations following a disaster.DONATE
TRUE NORTH AID:
True North Aid is dedicated to serving and supporting northern Indigenous communities in Canada through practical humanitarian support. With more than 60 per cent of Indigenous children living below the poverty line, there is much work to be done. The issues facing Indigenous communities in Canada are complex and are the result of many things that have transpired over the past 150 years. True North Aid believes that self-governance and self-determination is key to closing the poverty gap.DONATE
BLACK CREEK COMMUNITY FARM:
Black Creek Community Farm increases access to healthy food in their community through programming and food distribution projects. It is an urban agricultural centre that engages, educates, and empowers diverse communities, through sustainable food.DONATE
WORLD CENTRAL KITCHEN:
World Central Kitchen (WCK) uses the power of food to heal communities and strengthen economies in times of crisis and beyond. They have served more than 45 million fresh meals to people impacted by natural disasters and other crises around the world in countries including The Bahamas, Indonesia, Lebanon, Mozambique, Venezuela, and the United States. Additionally, WCK’s Resilience Programs in the Caribbean and Central America have trained hundreds of chefs and school cooks, advanced clean cooking practices, and awarded grants to farms, fisheries and small food businesses while also providing training and networking opportunities.