Good Karma

$105 CAD

Gifts That Do Good!

Some companies don’t just make great products, they also understand that we are all one - one people sharing one planet.  Here’s a sample of socially-conscious companies:

Tru Earth Eco-strips Laundry Detergent - these strips pack ultra-concentrated, hypoallergenic, eco-friendly cleaning power into a tiny, pre-measured strip of detergent that you just toss in the wash; plastic-free and zero waste;

Good Kharma Chardonnayfor each bottle of Good Karma sold, Flat Rock Cellars donates a portion of the sale to The Ontario Association of Food Banks dedicated to making Ontario hunger-free;

Safer Shores IPA - brewed by Dominion City Brewers who donate part of the proceeds to Cardy House - a transitional home for female refugees in Ottawa;

Amazing Swedish Dishcloths - made in Sweden, these eco-friendly amazing dishcloths are a durable, reusable alternative to sponges or paper towels and a percentage of the proceeds are donated to the Australian Wildlife Conservation;

Stubbe Canadian Whiskey Truffles - more than ever, we need to support our small local businesses, Stubbe is the oldest family-owned business in the Ottawa Valley involving father, son and daughter all under the supervision of Master Chocolatier and Pastry Chef Heinrich Stubbe;

Unisex Socks by Conscious Step - made with 75% Organic Cotton grown in India to  support small cotton farmers and manufactured using ethical labour (no child labor, minimum wage compliance, overtime compensation).  What's more, a donation is made for each pair of socks sold to a designated cause.  

This gift includes a choice between two causes:

Socks That Protect Oceans -  the donation from these socks goes to Oceana  dedicated to protecting and restoring the world’s oceans, seeking to make our oceans as rich, healthy, and abundant as they once were.

OR

Socks That Feed Children -   the donation from these socks goes to Action Against Hunger active in 50+ countries responding to emergencies caused by conflict, natural disasters and food crises.  Over 10 thousand therapeutic food packs have already been donated.

Must of legal drinking age to order and receive.