Buy With Pride!

When you buy the products featured below, you’re supporting the Canadian Women’s Foundation.

Whether you’re treating yourself or looking for an extra-special gift,
 keep these products from our corporate and grantee partners in mind.

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Pick up a limited-edition $2 gift box when you shop in store at Ricki’s and all proceeds will go to the Canadian Women’s Foundation! Made from 100% recycled materials, and printed with vegetable and water-based inks. Gift, re-use, and then recycle in your blue bin!

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As the #1 luxury beauty brand in Canada, Lancôme recognizes the responsibility to help empower and support women through skill training, mentoring and entrepreneurship. Through its Write Her Future program, 2% of proceeds from Lancôme’s La Vie Est Belle Eau De Parfum 30ml, Advanced Génifique Youth Activating Serum 30ml, and all shades of Teint Idole Ultra Wear Foundation will be donated to the Canadian Women’s Foundation.
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The Yukon Soaps Company

Indigenous owned and operated, The Yukon Soaps Company creates beautiful, hand-crafted soaps, shampoo bars, essential oil blends, and much more. Featuring wild rose petals, juniper berries, a Yukon-shaped press, and the beadwork of Indigenous artisans, these soaps are literally infused and imprinted with the spirit of the Yukon. The soaps pictured showcase beadwork from Northern Tutchone women from the community of Mayo. The company was founded by a participant in EntrepreNorth, which empowers Indigenous and community-based businesses across Northern Canada. The program has received funding from the Canadian Women’s Foundation.
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Dene Roots

Dene Roots aims to promote Dene science through the creation of products rooted in ancestral teachings, culture, and language. The company uses essential oils to create smudge sprays that can be used in smoke-free environments. In the spirit of traditional smudge rituals, the sprays help to ground, balance, protect, and purify. The Northwest Territories-based company was started by Misty Ireland, a participant of EntrepreNorth, an organization which empowers Indigenous and community-based businesses across Northern Canada. The program has received funding from the Canadian Women’s Foundation.
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Sitti Soap

Sitti Soap is a Canadian social enterprise working to empower refugee women in the Middle East with long-term employment opportunities and skills that are developed through making olive oil soap and other products. Sitti, which translates to “my grandmother” in Arabic, has received funding from the Canadian Women’s Foundation to build their market in Canada while training and employing refugee women here.
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Forty Wink x The Branded Good Collection

The Branded Good and Forty Wink have created the Mother’s Day collection to empower working parents and tell an honest story of parenthood. To showcase the diversity of parenthood, the artwork of eight different mothers/designers was curated for the collection; each with a unique style and story to tell. The profits from the collection will go to the Canadian Women’s Foundation.
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Mini Totem

Mini totem is an eco-friendly company that provides stylish yet functional accessories for mothers and babies because we believe that it takes a village to raise children. Community outreach and mutual aid are deeply ingrained in us. In order to support women in need, 2% of our profits will be donated to the Canadian Women’s Foundation.

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L’ART D’ÊTRE is a contemporary label launched by The Hue, committed to uplifting BIPOC women facing systemic barriers in entrepreneurship across the globe by focusing on the simple in apparel through new interpretations of everyday basics to allow room for growth, expansion and advancement. Proceeds will go to the Canadian Women’s Foundation.

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Hillberg & Berk

Together we rise.

The Venus Pin is a symbol of celebrating the strength of women. 100 per cent of proceeds from every pin sold will support the Canadian Women’s Foundation’s work to address gendered violence, the devaluing of women’s work, and the widening poverty gap.

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Beauty for Good

Beauty for Good was founded with the vision of using beauty as a force for good. Every woman deserves to feel at peace in their own skin and live their best life. Beauty for Good’s mission is to build a movement through the beauty industry to build a community of self-caring, self-loving and empowered women. Join the movement by purchasing your hair products through our website! 10% of profits from each order will be donated to the Canadian Women’s Foundation.

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crème + coco

crème + cocoa collection is an online fashion boutique that embraces and celebrates women of all shapes, colours and sizes. For every purchase, crème + cocoa will donate 2 per cent of proceeds to the Canadian Women’s Foundation.

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With the belief that everyone deserves the best care, Utiva makes natural, backed-by-science UTI prevention supplements that are recommended by specialists across Canada. As part of its advocacy for well-being, Utiva donates a percentage of Canadian website sales to the Canadian Women’s Foundation to help move women and girls out of violence, out of poverty, and into confidence and leadership.


After Mary Miranda lost her husband, she turned her passion for making jewellery into a business to honour the wonderful life she built with her husband and to help women and children in need. Her handcrafted jewellery is made from beautiful gemstones, beads, crystals, stones and pearls. Supporting women and girls is important to HeartBeadJewels and for every item purchased, it is proud to donate $2 to the Canadian Women’s Foundation.