Although we don’t need a reason to do good, a little karma boost definitely doesn’t hurt, right ? For every rental or sale of The Mrs. Jacket, we will make a donation to a charity of our choice. We love a good karma project! 

This Year's Charity

When we first started The Mrs. Jacket, we knew that we wanted to incorporate a charitable component because we wanted to give back to our community and help raise awareness for various social issues. There are so many charitable organizations that are close to our heart so our plan is to select a different charity each year to direct our donations to.

In 2020, all donations from The Mrs. Jackets were given to Black Lives Matter - Canada. We are proud to support this international organization and movement fighting police violence and anti-black racism. Black Lives Matter - Canada is a platform upon which Black communities across Canada can actively dismantle all forms of anti-Black racism, liberate Blackness, support Black healing, affirm Black existence, and create freedom to love and self-determine. BLM - Canada work to forge critical connections and to work in solidarity with Black communities, Black-centric networks, solidarity movements, and allies in order to dismantle all forms of state-sanctioned oppression, violence, and brutality committed against all Black communities.

This year, we have chosen to direct our donations to the Indigenous Residential School Survivors Society which is a provincial organization that provides essential services to Residential School Survivors, their families, and those dealing with Intergenerational traumas. As a business that is so focused on happiness and love, it’s always hard to talk about things that are nor very happy. At the same time, we abbot stay silent on issues that are part of our world even if they don’t affect us directly no matter how heartbreaking those issues may be. Sadly, we cannot change what happened in the past at these Residential schools but in the present we can vow to learn about and reflect on this troubling part of Canada’s history. Our donations to the IRSSS are only the beginning of our road to educating ourselves about the plight of Indigenous people in Canada.

Thank you for all of your support!
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