Corporate Responsibility

CLEARgiving Fellowship

What is CLEARgiving Fellowship

The mission of our fellowship is to make an impact and global changes for women.

With every 1 product purchased, 1 product is donated to women in transition from domestic violence and/or poverty who are on a journey to transition their lives for the better. We also use proceeds from purchases to support women’s groups we conduct to teach self empowerment tools to help women thrive and make changes to live a better life.

“I believe in supporting women & environmental change, where through both action and donations our CLEARgiving Fellowship mission is to make an impact and global changes.”

Charlotte Carson, founder

What do we value?

Our first step is involvement in our community. Our leaders strive to aid charities with environmentalist and/or empowering women as their goals. We want to show what it means to be part of a bigger community with a global mission to protect our planet and empower women.

Our second step is an inspiration. We know we can’t change the world by ourselves – so we want to inspire change in others. We believe that with every person who embraces and supports CLEARgiving Fellowship, the world will become a better place. Whether environmental or personal, we know that small changes can see big results.

We vow to only support foundations, individuals and brands who uphold these values and strive for in their endeavours as well. We seek to breathe truth in every action we take and we will never sacrifice our values. Corporate responsibility influences every decision we make.

Charities We Value

Every Choice Counts.

The Equality Fund is a consortium of Canadian and international organizations deeply rooted in and connected to women’s organizations and movements and with expertise in international development, investment and philanthropy. They bring together Canada’s only international fund for women’s organizations with Canadian community foundations, an international network of philanthropic foundations and the voice of women’s organizations and women’s rights leaders from developing countries.

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Fora is a centre of excellence for young women’s leadership development. Through our signature programs – Global Summit, Girls on Boards and Next Level – we make strategic investments in young women through education and training, building networks, and access to unparalleled opportunities at home and abroad.

Black Women in Motion is a Toronto-based, survivor-led, grassroots organization that empowers and supports the advancement of Black women, girls, nonbinary, and gender-non-conforming survivors of gender-based violence. We work within an anti-racist, intersectional feminist, trauma-informed and survivor-centred framework to create culturally-relevant resources, healing spaces, educational and economic opportunities for survivors.

GOOD TO BE GOOD is an intersectional, community-wide, grassroots humanitarian and advocacy organization with a mission to serve women and marginalized communities and help build a kind and equal world. We combine restorative and empowering supports, programming, and advocacy for women and gender-diverse people in our communities who have felt the effects of inequity—from gender-based violence and structural poverty to unequal treatment—to realize gender equality for all.

The Return to the Heart Foundation’s (R2HF) Giving Circle was created to support Native Womxn and Girls. This organization’s vision is to open doors to innovate and catalyze Native womxn-led economic and business activity by expanding access to capital, increasing asset development, and expanding local employment opportunities, climate justice issues, civic engagement (power building) and narrative change

Coralus (formerly SheEO) is a radically generous community supporting women + non-binary people working on the World’s To-Do List. Coralus co-creates new economic and social models by distributing crowdsourced support to our members, ventures, and the world.

Women’s Earth Alliance (WEA) is on a mission to protect our environment, end the climate crisis, and ensure a just, thriving world by empowering women’s leadership. WEA leaders are defending forests and rivers, saving threatened indigenous seeds, launching sustainable farms, conserving coral reefs, and protecting land rights.

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The Period Purse creates menstrual equity by ensuring sustainable access to period products for all, and by ending the stigma associated with periods through education and advocacy.

Black Moms Connection is a global online village and leading national non-profit providing financial support grants and culturally relevant resources to empower and educate Black women.

The Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) is a national Indigenous organization representing the political voices of Indigenous Women, Girls, Two-Spirit, Transgender, and Gender-Diverse+ (WG2STGD+) People in Canada. NWAC was founded on a collective goal to enhance, promote, and foster the social, economic, cultural, and political well-being of IndigenousWG2STGD+ People in their respective communities and Canadian societies.

We believe corporate responsibility is duty.