We believe that everyone deserves a good night's sleep. That's why we partner with community organizations to provide in-kind and financial donations to help them continue their vital work.
We are proud to have donated proceeds from our annual warehouse sale as well as bed linens and down products to Canuck Place Children's Hospice. Canuck Place provides a comforting space where children can receive expert clinical care and experience the simple joys of being a child with their family at their side.
St Genève is excited to have supported Kids Help Phone during their annual Homes for the Holidays interior decorating fundraiser with a donation of luxury linens. Kids Help Phone is Canada's only 24/7 e-mental health service offering free, confidential support to young people in French and English.
Family Services of Greater Vancouver has been helping people in crisis since 1928. They deliver programs, services, and workshops across Greater Vancouver that empowers people to create positive change in their lives.
St Genève provides annual in-kind donations to the University of Women's Club Vancouver for their fundraiser events. The UWCV promotes education, rights, and opportunities for women through bursaries, scholarships, and community events.
The Rare Disease Foundation is a group of rare disease patients, caregivers, researchers, and practitioners who share the same sense of urgency and values about access to resources and research for rare disease patients and their families.
At St Genève we know how important sleep is for the health and well being of infants and new moms. That's why we were happy to support Mamas for Mamas, a national charitable organization that supports mothers and caregivers in crisis; by providing a donation of crib sheets and bed linens.
We are a proud supporter of Aspire Richmond, an organization that supports people with developmental disabilities from infancy to adulthood.
Richmond Cares, Richmond Gives is a registered charity thats core mission is to encourage and facilitate local philanthropy. They work to ensure Richmond's charitable sector has the resources it needs to make a meaningful impact in the community.