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The pandemic's burden on garment workers

Like many people in Canada and the US, the pandemic has left tens of thousands of garment workers jobless, and even w...

The cost behind a price tag

When people meet us, they are surprised by our affordable prices and ask why we price our dresses at $35?  The simple...

A message to our community

The last few weeks have been unsettling, to say the least. On top of a global pandemic, a reality check on our curren...

Social Impact we have achieved together

As we reflect on 2019, we share our milestones and social impact we have achieved with your support. #JoinTheProgress


Chris Stapleton is a real estate extraordinaire who is raising awareness about Toronto's affordable housing issue thr...

Time for a hybrid approach (3 of 3)

Nurjahan’s experiences in the Retail and International Aid sectors did not provide what she was looking for: The capa...

Implications of corporate greed in the unfair distribution of wealth (2 of 3)

The Bangladeshi garment industry is the second largest in the world and plays an integral role in a global supply cha...

International aid can be more efficient (part 1 of 3)

International aid has become a powerful vehicle for addressing global inequality. But when social codes and cultural ...

Minimum wage increase - A step in the right direction

The government of Bangladesh has recently established a new minimum wage for garment workers, and although this is a ...

Partnering with like-minded organizations

  Earlier this year, we collaborated with Raising The Roof (Chez Toit) to make baseball caps for their latest initiat...
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