At Lagoon Baby, we try to make the world a better place by selling natural, non-toxic, and reusable every day items. Another way that Lagoon Baby tries to make the world a better place is by giving back. Each month, Lagoon Baby donates a portion of our sales to a charity.
The world is aware of the wildfires in Australia. The devastation is widespread. The world needs to pull together to provide resources to combat the fires and help the wildlife and people. That's why for January 2020, we've donated to WIRES. WIRES (Wildlife Information Rescue Education Services) is an Australian wildlife rescue organization that provides rescue and rehabilitation for all native Australian fauna. As Australia's largest wild rescue, they are in the best position to provide rescue and rehabilitation to the creatures of Australia.
Covenant House Vancouver helps at risk youth and homeless. These youth are often fleeing abuse and have aged out of foster care programs. Covenant House helps them with transitional housing and other services.
The Youth Wellness Centre gives help to children and families with mental health services, including psychiatry and addiction counselling. Giving children the help that they need early on can help them lead fuller, healthier lives as they grow into adults.
BC Family Hearing Resource Society is the province's largest group for helping families with children who are deaf or hard-of-hearing. This organization has spent the last 35 years helping families communicate through teaching sign language instruction, mentoring, and other supports.
This month, Lagoon Baby has donated to The Children's Wish Foundation. The Children's Wish Foundation helps children with life-threatening and terminal illnesses make their dreams come true with experiences to share with their families. The Children's Wish Foundation helps approximately 1,000 families a year through donations like this one.
This month, Lagoon Baby is pleased to be donating to the Canadian Diabetes Association. The Canadian Diabetes Association provides the nation with resources, research, and information about the disease. They've proudly been helping Canada since 1953.
We donated to BC Children's Hospital. BC Children's Hospital provides care for the most critically ill or injured in the province.
Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada has been dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke for over 60 years.
May 2019 We donated to the Ride to Conquer Cancer in support of the BC Cancer Foundation.
Cat Therapy and Rescue Society is a registered Canadian charity that specializes in in special needs cats, cats from overcrowded shelters, abandoned cats and owner surrenders that are at risk of euthanasia. The goal is to help these cats find loving homes where they can be happy, healthy, and cared for.
This month, Lagoon Baby is giving back to the Canadian Red Cross! Since 1896, the Canadian Red Cross has been providing humanitarian aid across the world. We mainly hear about the Canadian Red Cross when it comes to disaster relief, but mobilizing humanitarian assistance is necessary at all times.
This month, we're donating to Crohn's and Colitis Canada! Crohn's and Colitis Canada is a national, volunteer staffed organization committed to finding a cure for these two conditions. They work towards this goal by funding research, educating, sponsoring patient programs, advocacy, and awareness. Since 1974, Crohn's and Colitis Canada have donated over $100 million dollars to research, facilitating treatments to improve the quality of life for sufferers of Crohn's Disease and Colitis.
January 2019 - Katie's Place
For January 2019, we're donating to Katie's Place. Katie's Place is a no-kill cat shelter in Maple Ridge, BC that is staffed by volunteers. They have up to 125 cats at any given time, with some being rehabilitated to go to new homes and others who are unadoptable finding a permanent and safe sanctuary.
This is our first month of our new charitable initiative. This month, we're proud to support the Fauna Foundation through adopting Sue Ellen. Fauna Foundation is the only chimpanzee sanctuary in Canada. These chimps are former biomedical research animals with a new lease on life in the safe, protected environment provided by the Fauna Foundation.