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

Buy with pride!

A special thank you to the following retail partners, who provide tremendous support
in many meaningful ways throughout the year:

And when you buy the products featured below, you can support the Canadian Women’s Foundation directly. Whether you’re treating yourself or looking for an extra-special gift, keep these products and businesses in mind.


A black and blue face mask.


Mask up and make an impact! Dynamite has launched a line of stylish non-medical masks with two layers, filter pocket, and adjustable straps. For every mask purchased, Dynamite will donate a percentage of proceeds to the Tireless Together Emergency Fund: our national emergency fund to help women and girls get critical support now and rebuild their lives after the pandemic.  

Available while supplies last. 



After Mary Miranda lost her husband, she turned her passion for making jewellery into a business to honor 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. For every purchase over $30, HeartBeadJewels will donate $5 to the Canadian Woman’s Foundation.


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WomenSense Bonus Bottles

The Canadian Women’s Foundation is always proud to partner with WomenSense!

$5 from the sale of WomenSense Bonus Bottles will support community programs across Canada that help women move out of violence, out of poverty, and into confidence and leadership.


Grace & Flow

Roll out your mat for women and girls! Purchase a Grace & Flow virtual yoga subscription in the month of May, and proceeds will go to the Canadian Women’s Foundation. Join Grace & Flow twice a week for a LIVE, virtual yoga class. Every week will have a new theme, a new purpose and call to action.

Classes are offered Tuesdays at 4:45pm and Wednesdays at 7:00am (Pacific Time). If you can’t make the class no problem! Yoga sessions will be recorded and a link sent to all subscribers.


Niminimi Designs

Niminimi Designs’ ‘Do You See Me Now’ scarf was designed as an homage to vulnerable women and girls who often remain faceless and voiceless until they are gone: the recurring red dress in the design represents missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada.



Here’s your chance to do good while you shop! Buy a limited-edition tote bag for $9.90. Net proceeds will go to the Canadian Women’s Foundation to support programs that help women move themselves out of poverty.




NOPAULAGIES delivers messages of empowerment between the letters. HER – THE NEW ORDER acknowledges the current women’s movement and those who helped pave the way. $5 from HER Specialtee’s supports the Canadian Women’s Foundation.



JAC+JO is made for women, by women. The industrial inspiration of nuts, bolts, cogs, daggers and arrows are symbols to represent the strength of all women. To support our mission, 2% of all Canadian sales will be donated to the Canadian Women’s Foundation.


Bravery Bolster Campaign is raising money for the Canadian Women's Foundation

Bravery Bolster Campaign

The Bravery Bolster Campaign aims to give comfort and extra cuddles to children who may not be able to sleep at home, in their own bed. We believe that when kids can boost their feeling of safety and security, ease loneliness and momentarily replicate the sensation of a hug, they can calm their fears and improve the quality and duration of their sleep. For every Bravery Bolster sold, 60% of profits will be donated to the Canadian Women’s Foundation.


Sigrid Forest Girl Healing Salve: a portion of proceeds go to Canadian Women's Foundation

Sigrid Naturals Forest Girl Healing Salve

Sigrid Naturals is located in Wilno the heart of the Ottawa Valley. We focus on social enterprise to foster a business model with a triple bottom line: people, planet and profit. Forest Girl Healing Salve is wildcrafted and handcrafted (with Sigrid’s help) by girls’ empowerment groups including Girls Rising, which is funded by the Canadian Women’s Foundation. Five dollars from each sale of this product is donated to the Canadian Women’s Foundation.


Seam Lotus


The Lotus is a personal safety wearable that, when paired with the SEAM app, lets you record and share your GPS location with streaming audio, access your voice assistant and communicate hands-free. For each Lotus personal safety device sold, $1 will be donated to the Canadian Women’s Foundation.


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Evio Beauty Group

$1 from the sale of every Evio Beauty Group product will be donated to the Canadian Women’s Foundation. Evio Beauty Group’s mission is to break stigmas and create a more conscious future. We believe in the positive impact that thoughtful, conscious choices have on our skin, our planet, and our community. That’s why our ingredients are natural and good for your skin, with all items under $30.


Agasaya Products


Discover a skin-care company with a social conscience. AGASAYA, a vegan and organic skin-care line based in Montreal, donates a percentage of each product sale to the Canadian Women’s Foundation on an ongoing basis. Each of their luxury formulas nourish your skin with less than five ingredients.


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Delane Studio

Inspired by a delicate flower that thrives in difficult conditions, the See the Light jewelry line was designed by Delane Cooper exclusively for the Canadian Women’s Foundation. The matching earrings, pendant and bracelet feature the Mountain Aven flower, which was chosen for its resilience and the white pearl is a reminder to walk with dignity.


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Hilary Druxman

Make a statement with this sterling-silver necklace, custom designed to support the Foundation’s annual Campaign to End Violence. One hundred per cent of the net proceeds from each necklace go to our Violence Prevention fund, which supports shelters and programs that help to break the cycle of violence.


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A Life in Bloom

A Life in Bloom is a down-to-earth women’s guide to building a successful financial future. Co-authored by Vancouver-based Wealth Advisors Nancy Farran and Justin Dyer, the book introduces financial concepts from a Canadian standpoint and helps people make the most of their money. Proceeds from the books purchased on will be donated to the Foundation to support financial literacy.