At HH it is our priority to contribute the health and well-being of our community, as well to lift up and support those who are marginalized. We are always adding to this list, and encourage you to reach out with suggestions of places you would like to see us give back to.
$2 from the sale of every Kiska Textiles Cloth Mask is donated to Sistering in Toronto.
Sistering is a multi-service agency for at-risk, socially isolated women in Toronto who are homeless or precariously housed. They have been serving their community for over 35 years, validating women’s experiences regardless of outcomes. These marginalized women come from diverse backgrounds and include: women with substance use and mental health issues; women who have experienced, or are experiencing, trauma and violence; immigrant and refugee women; women with disabilities; and women without legal status.
Black Lives Matter - Canada
100% of profits from the sales of our Anti-Racism Collection is donated to Black Lives Matter - Canada.
BLM - Canada is a platform upon which Black communities across Canada can actively dismantle all forms of anti-Black racism, liberate Blackness, support Black healing, affirm Black existence, and create freedom to love and self- determine. They work to forge critical connections and to work in solidarity with Black communities, Black-centric networks, solidarity movements, and allies in order to to dismantle all forms of state-sanctioned oppression, violence, and brutality committed against African, Caribbean, and Black cis, queer, trans, and disabled populations.
National Eating Disorder Information Centre (NEDIC)
To help raise awareness and support for those struggling with eating disorders, during Eating Disorder Awareness Week on February 7th, 2020 we donated 15% of all sales (in-store + online) to NEDIC - National Eating Disorder Information Centre. We will continue to do this annually.
NEDIC provides information, resources, referrals and support to Canadians affected by eating disorders.
Approximately 1 million Canadians struggle with eating disorders. They affect people of all genders, sexual orientations, ages, socioeconomic class, abilities, races, and ethnic backgrounds. Eating disorders are also have the highest mortality rate of all mental illnesses.
Read more about why this cause is so important to us here.
If you or someone you know is struggling with disordered eating, please call NEDIC’s toll-free helpline (1-866-NEDIC-20).