We wouldn't be anywhere without our community - we are loved, safe and healthy, and this is not something we take for granted. That being said, this is not the case for everyone. There is much work to be done in our immediate communities as well as the global community, and it is imperative that we do what we can, whenever we can. 

This is why, when creating our everywhere oil, we decided that 10% of each bottle of sold will go right back into our community via the following organizations: 

​​- Indigenous Residential School Survivors
- Black Legal Action Centre
- Action Canada for Sexual Health & Rights
- Pieces to pathways

This is only the beginning. As we continue to build our community, we will also explore other ways to uplift, support and give back in as many ways as possible. Feel free to contact us at for any suggestions or opportunities.

More information about these organizations below: 

Indigenous Residential School Survivors -

The Indian Residential School Survivor Society (IRSSS) is a provincial organization with a twenty-year history of providing essential services to Residential School Survivors, their families, and those dealing with Intergenerational traumas. IRSSS strives to provide physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual growth, development, and healing through culturally-based values and guiding principles for Survivors, Families, and Communities.

Black Legal Action Centre - ​​ 

Established in 2017, the Black Legal Action Centre (BLAC) is an independent not-for-profit community legal clinic that combats individual and systemic anti-Black racism by conducting research, engaging in structural transformation, and providing legal services to members of Ontario’s Black communities. BLAC engages in advocacy, community development, law reform, test case litigation, and public legal education. 

Action Canada for Sexual Health & Rights - ​​ 

Action Canada for Sexual Health & Rights is a progressive, pro-choice charitable organization committed to advancing and upholding sexual and reproductive health and rights in Canada and globally. They ​​provide direct support, referrals, and information to the people who need it most, partner with groups and organizations on a range of campaigns using a collaborative, movement-building approach, and work with decision-makers to advance progressive policies on access to abortion, stigma-free healthcare, gender equality, LGBTQ rights, and inclusive sex-ed.

Pieces to Pathways - ​​ 

Pieces to Pathways (P2P) is a peer-led initiative offering Canada’s only substance use support program for LGBTTQQ2SIA youth (ages 16-29), whose mission is to provide seamless, comprehensive and effective harm reduction services and a full range of addictions treatment services that are amenable to an individual’s needs and goals. Services are offered through community-based facilities with a focus on street and community outreach.