We are proud to support Rainbow Refugee, an organization that promotes safe, equitable migration and communities of belonging
for people fleeing persecution based on their sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or HIV status.
A percentage of proceeds from the upcoming Danica Jubilee Love is Love collection will be donated to Rainbow Refugee in 2024 to help Norma and her team.
This award was established by Danica in 2021 to support Indigenous students enrolled in a credit Design program. It was created as part of Danica’s commitment to corporate responsibility by providing support for Indigenous students seeking a post-secondary education. This award will be distributed awarded through Emily Carr University’s Aboriginal Awards process.
When the pandemic began in the Spring of 2020, we knew it was important to provide immediate support to our community.
To ensure adequate mask supply, we began to produce our Take Cover masks from unused cotton fabrics. The playful prints and colors of our masks brought some unexpected joy to this period in time.
And — for every mask sold, we’ve donated $1 to Food Banks Canada and Northwest Harvest in the U.S.
With the support of our incredibly supportive community of small business owners and customers, we’ve raised funds for over 178,000 meals in Canada and 220,000 meals in the U.S.
As part of our long-standing commitment to Education Without Borders, we ensure a percentage of the profit on the sale of our product lines goes to this Canadian non-profit organization created in 2002.
Education without Borders provides educational opportunities for disadvantaged and at-risk children through initiatives in South Africa and Canada, including after-school support programs in Math, English, Science, school leadership, and youth mentorship.
Our chairperson, Rodney Benson, is the co-founder
We source our products at the best factories possible, ones that exceed the expectations of local laws, customs, and environmental regulations. All partnering factories are visited regularly and either comply with or surpass, these standards:
Employment – Child or forced labor is unacceptable.
Working Conditions – Factories and dormitories are safe, hygienic, and comply with local fire codes.
Compensation – At least the minimum wage is paid. Benefits are rewarded as per local laws. Overtime is optional and is fairly compensated. Statutory holidays are recognized.
Our philanthropic program supports activities that enhance and serve our community and also aims to enrich the lives of our employees at the same time.
The goal is to give back through local and global community involvement while enabling employees to experience the satisfaction and reward that comes from volunteering.