We want to work with the communities around us and leave them better than before.
In celebration of Canada 150, MadeGood is producing limited edition Cranberry Maple Granola Snacks. Two percent of sales of the Canada 150 products will be donated to Right To Play Canada in support of their Promoting Life-skills in Aboriginal Youth (PLAY) program. PLAY partners with over 85 First Nations communities and urban organizations across Canada to deliver safe, fun, and educational programming for Indigenous children and youth.
MadeGood recently joined the Good Food Builders, a community of leaders in the good food space who have come together in support of Community Food Centres Canada. This national organization is playing a key role in bringing people living in low-income communities across Canada together to grow, cook, share, and advocate for good food so that everyone has access to healthy food in dignified welcoming spaces. www.cfccanada.ca.
Through various fundraising activities with employees and corporate donations, MadeGood supports The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), affiliated with the University of Toronto, is Canada’s most research-intensive hospital and the largest centre dedicated to improving child health. https://www.sickkidsfoundation.com
MadeGood supports the Mother Miracle School, a non-profit organization providing the highest quality education, nutrition and healthcare to exceptionally intelligent children from the slums of Rishikesh, India. Their scholarship program enables students to attend private universities in India and the United States. Mother Miracle School also serves the community by offering free vocational training for women and computer literacy courses for adults. www.mothermiracle.org
Through participation in and sponsorship of the annual charity ride, MadeGood supports Pedaling for Parkinson’s. As a result of the success of the Pedalling for Parkinson rides, the Parkinson’s Society created a Pedaling for Parkinson’s Research Grant. 100% of all funds raised during the event will go towards this grant, then researchers can apply for this funding. In 2016 $200,000 in research grants were awarded.