COVID-19: How Your Support Helps Women and Girls During the Pandemic

Corporate Partners

Many forward-thinking business leaders understand the cost of gender inequality.

You know that supporting women and girls through the Canadian Women’s Foundation is an intelligent and strategic investment in a better world.

THANK YOU to our many corporate partners for helping women and girls to move out of violence, out of poverty, and into confidence and leadership!

Platinum Partners
National Corporate Partners
Corporate Champions
Corporate Leaders
Corporate Donors
Corporate Supporters
Community Partners

Does your company want to help advance gender equality? Learn about the many ways that you can get involved. To discuss corporate partnership opportunities, contact

Why does your company support the Foundation?

For more than 10 years, we have supported the Canadian Women’s Foundation’s work to provide women the skills and services they need to move out of poverty. It’s a cause that’s aligned with our business, and a great opportunity for employees and customers to give back.

Deanna Traa, Ricki’s

Meet our corporate partners and supporters:

Platinum Partners

Winners and HomeSense have been one of our largest national partners for over a decade. The funds they raise through in-store campaigns, employee fundraising and corporate giving play a crucial role in our work to end violence against women. With their help, we are able to give funding to violence prevention programs and emergency women’s shelters from coast to coast.


National Corporate Partners

In celebration of International Women’s Day, Canadian fashion retailer Simons donated 10% of sales both online and in their 15 stores across the country to support women and girls in Canada. Their campaign was a huge success, raising critical funds to support our three primary areas of work – moving women out of violence, out of poverty, and moving girls into confidence and leadership.

Royal LePage real estate agents and their clients are working to create safer homes and safer communities by raising funds to help women and children who have experienced violence. This is done through donations of commissions on the sale of homes, and participation in local and national fundraising events. Funds donated to the Canadian Women’s Foundation are used to support violence prevention programs from coast to coast.

For 15 years, Ricki’s customers and associates have raised donations for CWF to fund programs that move low income women move out of poverty. Through our partnership with CWF, we are giving women the skills and training they need to achieve economic independence, transforming their lives, and the lives of their children. To date, our End Poverty for Women campaign has raised over $1 million toward this goal.

CIBC has a long-standing commitment to support programs that help women who are living on a low income to move out of poverty. CIBC has also proudly supported the Canadian Women’s Foundation Leadership Institute, which builds the leadership capacity of women working in the nonprofit sector across the country.

P&G and “Always” proudly support the Canadian Women’s Foundation Girls’ Fund. Their contribution goes toward programs that encourage girls to participate in sports and physical activity, explore science and technology, develop critical-thinking skills, and take on leadership in a supportive all-girl environment.

TD Bank Group is our National Partner for Indigenous Communities and supports all our areas of work with Indigenous women and girls. Their investment serves women and girls who face the highest risks and who live in communities, including remote northern areas, with few social services.

During this past holiday season, customers and retail associates in Reitman’s and Hyba stores across Canada raised funds in support of the Canadian Women’s Foundation through the sale of a limited edition holiday gift-box. Funds were dispersed from coast to coast to coast– directed to where ever support was needed most.


Corporate Champions


Corporate Leaders

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Corporate Donors

Gardiner Roberts LLP
Reitmans (Canada) Limited
Grace’s Places Inc.
RBC Royal Bank
Johnston Group Inc.
Quintex Services Ltd
Ontario Ghostbusters
DBRS Limited
Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario
Dose Juice

Corporate Supporters

Alliance Pipeline Limited Partnership
News Canada Inc.
Manulife Investments
TD Wealth King And Bay
Premium Uniforms
Manitoba Hydro
Walker Lawson Design Inc.
Northern Harbour Marina
RBC Royal Bank
Pembina Pipeline Corporation
Manulife Financial
Tessa Hughes Apparel
Business Edge International
The Craft Brasserie & Grille Inc.
Apex Trust
Cambrian Credit Union
Adamar Styles
Birchwood Automotive Group Partnership
Gillis Quarries Ltd
Mary Ward Catholic Secondary School
RBC Dominion Securities
Industrial Metals
Corby Spirit and Wine Limited
Borden Ladner Gervais Llp
Bad Girls Collective
Matrix Search Group
Hilary Druxman Design 43 Inc
Solicitor General (Staff)
Inn At The Forks
LMC Diabetes and Endocrinology Ltd
DTA Services Ltd.
CI Investments
Sony Music Entertainment Canada Inc.
Lumina Consulting Ltd.
Rogers Women’s Network
Benja Investments Ltd.
Fidelity Investments Canada Ltd.
TransCanada PipeLines Limited
Cenovus Energy Inc.
The Jules Foundation
Starbucks Coffee Company
G.R.R. Holdings Ltd. (The KEG Steakhouse & Bar)
Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario
Fidelity Investments Canada ULC
United Way Prescott-Russell, Ottawa, Lanark & Renfrew County

Community Partners

Mary Ward Catholic Secondary School
Bad Girls Collective
Society of Beer Drinking Ladies