You Gift One, We Give One Unbelts’ 2020 Holiday Donation Program

You will find the full program details (including all FAQs) at - but the short story is that we are an ecologically-conscious, person-first focused business and our Alberta-based team is personally invested in creating equity among all individuals within all the communities that we work in.
Together, we can work as change agents to help the most vulnerable folks in our communities by restoring some dignity and prosperity, one donation at a time.


With every belt purchased this season, we will donate a belt to a Canadian non-profit organization that empowers members of our community who have been impacted by poverty. Our capacity to donate will be based upon donations received throughout the 2020 holiday season. Although we will do our best to donate to as many organizations as possible, we cannot guarantee every applicant will receive belts. Recipients will be chosen based on need and values-aligned practices. The application deadline is December 31st, 2020.


This campaign is a work-in-progress, and we are entirely open to your feedback on how best to supply belts to each community while maintaining the integrity of each individual in need. We're trying to solve a large-scale problem with a small-scale team. If you have any ideas for us, please reach out to or on our Facebook or Instagram pages.


Catherine MacDonald, Donations Coordinator ||
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Email *
Your first and last name *
Name of organization *
If you have a website, please provide the link here as well.
The full mailing address of the organization * *
Your position within the organization *
Applicants must be an official member of the organization. If you are a volunteer or community member that believes an organization would be a perfect fit for us, please forward this application link to an organization’s official member and have them complete it.
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