Each Challenge Pack sold gives $10 back to one of the incredible charities we support! We are a cause-inclusive social enterprise and proudly give back at least 20% of each sale to a number of important charities in Canada. By taking The GOOD Challenge, you’re helping support the great work each charity does—click any of the logos below to find out more about their initiatives.
Our mission is to stop the AIDS epidemic in Black communities by engaging and mobilizing Black institutions and individuals in efforts to confront HIV. Founded in May of 1999 by Phill Wilson, the Black AIDS Institute (BAI) is the only premier uniquely and unapologetically Black think and do tank in America powered by more than two decades of work to end the Black HIV epidemic and led by people who represent the issues we serve. BAI sources our capacity building, mobilization, policy, and advocacy efforts from Black leaders and communities across the country and provide high quality direct HIV services…
The Jed Foundation (JED) is a nonprofit that protects emotional health and prevents suicide for our nation’s teens and young adults, giving them the skills and support they need to thrive today…and tomorrow. Find ways to manage feelings like anxiety and sadness; learn how to navigate emotional challenges like break-ups and other difficult transitions; get information on mental health conditions like depression; discover tools for self-care; and get help for yourself or a loved one.
charity: water is a nonprofit organization bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing countries. With a radically transparent model that sends 100% of public donations straight to the field, charity: water funds sustainable water projects in areas of greatest need and works with local partners to implement them. The organization proves every project, using innovative technology and powerful storytelling to connect donors with their impact. Since 2006, charity: water has funded 91,414 water projects around the world to help more than 14.76 million people get access to clean water, hygiene, and improved sanitation.
Founded in 2010 by Chef José Andrés, World Central Kitchen (WCK) is first to the frontlines, providing meals in response to humanitarian, climate, and community crises while working to build resilient food systems with locally led solutions. WCK has served more than 70 million fresh meals to people impacted by natural disasters and other crises around the world. WCK’s Resilience Programs strengthen food and nutrition security by training chefs and school cooks; advancing clean cooking practices; and awarding grants to farms, fisheries, and small food businesses while also providing educational and networking opportunities.
Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital believes in creating a world where all youth and children belong. We are the only children’s rehabilitation hospital in Canada focused on combining world-class care, transformational research, and academic leadership in the field of pediatric disability. We are a top 40 Canadian research hospital fully affiliated with the University of Toronto. Providing inpatient and outpatient services, Holland Bloorview is renowned for its expertise in co-creating with clients and families to provide exceptional care. Together we dream big. Together we champion a world of possibility.
Second Harvest is the largest food rescue organization in Canada and a global thought leader on food recovery. Working across the supply chain – from farm to retail – they capture surplus food before it ends up in landfill and has a negative environmental impact. Second Harvest rescues and delivers enough food to provide over 62,000 meals every day.
Women’s Shelters Canada brings together 14 provincial and territorial shelter organizations and supports over 600 shelters across the country for women and children fleeing violence. They work as a unified voice to collaborate, educate, and innovate for systemic change that ends violence against women, making Canada a model for safety in the world.
At Humber River Hospital, every move we make is with one goal in mind: to reinvent patient care with a unique combination of leading-edge technology and next-level compassion. Canada’s healthcare system is facing challenges it’s never seen before. The problems it faces are complex, but not unsolvable. Starting in 2015, Humber River Hospital ignited a healthcare renaissance fuelled by our donors. You’re invited to be part of the largest healthcare renaissance this country has ever seen.
Save Our Scruff is a registered charitable organization located across Southern Ontario that is dedicated to rescuing dogs from both Canada & Abroad. By working with dedicated volunteers, foster homes, veterinarians, and trainers SOS is committed to finding all dogs in need of a safe and suitable forever home through adoption, advocacy and education. In addition to rescue & rehoming, Save Our Scruff works to make an impact by starting at the beginning: Overpopulation management and stopping the cycle of abandonment and neglect. They do so by sponsoring and facilitating Spay & Neuter Clinics across the globe, as well as…
Unison Fund is Canada’s music industry charity, providing counselling and emergency relief services to the Canadian music community in times of hardship or difficulties. For over a decade, Unison has been committed to helping producers, engineers, singers/songwriters, musicians, production crews, and thousands more through our financial assistance and counselling and health solutions programs.
Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada is our country’s leading charity dedicated to standing up for children and families involved in the child welfare system and standing alongside youth with lived experience. They raise and grant funds and deliver a wide range of high-impact programs and services in partnership with 104 child- and youth-serving agencies across the country.
The Pinball Clemons Foundation provides marginalized and racialized youth with educational resources and options to integrate into the mainstream of society. The ultimate goal is to see youth successfully entering the workforce, gainfully employed in careers they desire.
The Canadian Cancer Society is committed to improving and saving lives. That’s why they’re always looking for new ways to prevent cancer, find it early and treat it more successfully through world-class research, transformative advocacy and compassionate support.
The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada provides services to people with multiple sclerosis and their families, and funds research to find the cause and cure for this disease.
The David Suzuki Foundation is a leading Canadian environmental non-profit organization, collaborating with all people in Canada, including government and business, to conserve the environment and find solutions that will create a sustainable Canada through evidence-based research, public engagement and policy work.
In numerous Indigenous communities across Canada, tap water is not safe to drink. Water First is Canada’s leading charitable organization dedicated to working with Indigenous communities to resolve local water challenges through education, training, and meaningful collaboration.
Friends of Ruby supports LGBTQI2S youth in the Greater Toronto Area, specifically in the shelter system. Their Youth Centre located in Toronto features a drop-in space, barrier-free counselling, practical support programs and meals for over 100 young people a month.
Kids Help Phone provides a way for young people to confidentially report abuse through a telephone counselling service. They’re Canada’s only 24/7, national support service and is free to any young person reaching out across the country. They offer professional counselling, information and referrals and volunteer-led, text-based support to young people in both English and French.
Regeneration Outreach is a caring community serving people who are homeless, or precariously housed, or who live in extreme poverty and experience severe deprivation. They support guests by providing essential care such as meals, laundry, showers, and clothing; access to health and wellness such as medical interventions, chiropractic service, and community health support; providing community care by helping navigate systems and make referrals, acting as a community hub, and assisting with ID recovery.
EveryMind Mental Health Services is one of Canada’s largest child and youth mental health organizations. 1 in 5 children and youth will experience issues with their mental health before reaching the age of adulthood and EveryMind offers help and inspires hope to children, youth, young adults, and families struggling with their mental well-being.
EYA supports BIPOC and youth facing barriers to connect with nature and become environmental leaders. Their free, land-based education and paid employment training programs engage youth to restore wildlife habitat and create Indigenous foodscapes in Vancouver’s east side communities while developing skills and confidence in environmental stewardship. All EYA programs are led by BIPOC youth with guest visits from Indigenous Elders and Knowledge Keepers.
The Indian Residential School Survivor Society (IRSSS) is a provincial organization with a twenty-year history of providing services to Indian Residential School Survivors. IRSSS provides essential services to Residential School Survivors, their families, and those dealing with Intergenerational traumas. Their goal is to continually expand support to partner organizations and maximize access to culturally sensitive, emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual care. The Society assists Survivors with counselling, court support, information, referrals, workshops, and more.
Cerebral Palsy Alberta (CPAA) supports people affected by cerebral palsy and other disabilities in the province of Alberta, Canada. They enrich and support the lives of children and adults with cerebral palsy and other disabilities through programs and services, while also collaborating with other organizations to promote awareness, acceptance and understanding for persons with disabilities to live, learn and work in the community.
ShelterBox Canada is an international disaster relief charity that provides emergency shelter and the supplies people need to recover and rebuild after a disaster. They work directly with communities all over the world, enabling them to lead their own recovery process.
The Denise House exists to provide a safe, supportive and inclusive environment to abused women and their children in Durham Region and strives to provide integrated, anti-racist, anti-oppression services to empower the diversity of all women to choose their own future. The Denise House further exists to educate the public at large about issues resulting from the abuse, oppression and discrimination of women and their children.
CMHA York Region and South Simcoe a community mental health agency, which in 2020/2021 served 42,613 clients, aged 12+, providing specialized care addressing a wide array of mental health initiatives in locally.We believe in improving access to care by reducing wait times and reaching under-served communities, and embracing bold innovation and thought leadership to better understand the needs in our community, and develop new solutions and the strong partnerships required to deliver on our vision of Mental Health for All.
Outward Bound Canada (est. 1969) believes that all youth, regardless of socio-economic background, deserve the opportunity to experience our life-changing educational expeditions. Our charitable programs focus on supporting youth from diverse backgrounds as they build resilience, gain social-emotional intelligence, and practice environmental leadership in the best classroom in Canada: the great outdoors.