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Each month Nathalie-Roze donates a percentage of sales to a different woman-centred charity or non-profit agency. Some of these have included:
Woodgreen Community Centre
Nurturing Orphans of Aids for Humanity
The Scarborough Women's Centre, which provides counselling, training and support services to women moving away from abuse, poverty and isolation into a brighter future for themselves and their children.
SKETCH, a downtown arts program for street-involved youth (offering a mix of art, craft, fashion, plus entrepreneurial and life skills training).
Yard Sale for the Cure, a mammoth Beach neighbourhood garage sale/fundraiser to generate money for breast cancer treatment & research.
Willow Breast Cancer Support & Resource Services
Willow Breast Cancer Support & Resource Services provides timely access to information, compassionate support, facilitator training, and psychosocial education to people with breast cancer, their families and friends, and healthcare professionals across Canada.
Sistering is a non-profit agency that assists women in transition with housing, counselling, education and employment initiatives.
Toronto Rape Crisis Centre
The Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape works collectively to provide nonjudgmental peer support to survivors of sexual violence and to work toward the eradication of violence against women and children.
Women's Art Resource Centre
Artist-run Toronto exhibition gallery and research facility, focusing exclusively on Canadian women.
The Corsage Project
The Corsage Project is a nonprofit organization comprised of volunteers and affiliated with the Children's Aid Foundation. We provide formal gowns and accessories, free of charge, to Toronto area high school girls who are unable to purchase their own prom attire.
Each year Eva's Initiatives helps over 2,300 homeless and at-risk youth to get off the street, find housing and community supports, and begin to re-build their lives.
Scarborough Women's Centre
Scarborough Women's Centre provides information, education and support to women who are making the transition away from abuse and isolation, towards economic and emotional independence. In 2003, they won the Mayor of Toronto's Community Safety Award for their work with abused women.
Canadian Red Cross
The Canadian Red Cross' initiatives include local and international disaster relief services, first-aid training, community-building & anti-violence programs and homecare for the elderly.