Current fundraisers

Generous companies and organizations support us with amazing fundraisers — some may be happening right in your home community! These fundraisers simultaneously provide opportunities for Canadians to help protect nature and raise vital funds we need to do our work. THANK YOU!

Current fundraisers

These organizations completed successful fundraisers in the last year:

1% for the Planet is a global organization, leading a network of businesses, nonprofits and individuals working together for a healthy planet. Brands whose products and services feature the 1% for the Planet logo five 1% of sales annually to nonprofit organizations dedicated to protecting the environment.
The David Suzuki Foundation receives 10 cents for each Anthropologie customer that skips a bag in Brossard, Calgary, Montreal, Oakville, Toronto, Vancouver, West Edmonton and Winnipeg stores.
As a member of 1% for the Planet, an alliance of businesses committed to creating a healthier planet, Ascenta donates one per cent of their annual sales to environmental organizations, including the David Suzuki Foundation.
Graven Feather Gallery donated 10 per cent of proceeds from their Bees (& the Birds) art show (25 artists, including Christine Pensa of Art that Moves) to the David Suzuki Foundation, and raised awareness about the plight of threatened bees and other pollinators.
Lufa Farms grows food more sustainably right where people live, built the first commercial rooftop greenhouse in the world, now feeds more than 5,000 families a week, and contributes one per cent of the value of each fresh produce basket sold to the David Suzuki Foundation.
All proceeds from The Little Things, featuring David Suzuki and environmentally-conscious professional snowboarders (including Tamo Campos, David's grandson) will be split between the David Suzuki Foundation and U.S. charity Protect Our Winters. The film was directed by Darcy Turenne and produced by Marie-France Roy.
Offering Southeast Asian street food style dishes that are not only tasty but also nutritious, Noodlebox is committed to sustainability and ethically sourcing their ingredients. They hosted their first Charity Box Day this fall and donated proceeds from their signature boxes to charities, including the David Suzuki Foundation.
Organic Garage, a Canadian family-run grocery store, donates a portion of proceeds charged for paper bags to the David Suzuki Foundation.
All net proceeds from the sale of Pure + Simple's deodorant, inspired by a Queen of Green recipe, are donated to the David Suzuki Foundation.
During Earth Month, 2015, Purestem Beauty contributed 40 per cent of net proceeds from the sale of their Certified Organic Destress Express Dry Skin Therapy to the David Suzuki Foundation.
Since 2014, all proceeds from special events organized by REEF have been donated to the David Suzuki Foundation.
Rocky Mountain Soap Co created a special Blue Dot soap and donated all sales proceeds in support of the David Suzuki Foundation's Blue Dot movement.
Walk With Ronsons sells reusable bags for $1, donates all proceeds to the David Suzuki Foundation and have donated more than $6,000.
Artist, Kate Stemmler of Studio Stem, donated 10 percent of proceeds from her Wildlife of the Waters show to the David Suzuki Foundation's Healthy Oceans work.
People who bring packaging and products — (some of it hard to recycle) — to TerraCycle for recycling and upcycling collect points which can be redeemed and donated to the charity of their choice, including the David Suzuki Foundation.
In the fall of 2015 indie-pop band Van Damsel toured across Canada as part of the Peak Performance Project. While raising awareness about protecting the planet, they fundraised over $1000.
Wedderspoon donates $2.50 per jar of Manuka Honey KFactor 22 sold to the David Suzuki Foundation.

Past fundraisers

More amazing companies that have supported us:

In 2014, travel agency Friends of Antarctica gave $150 from the sale of every Antarctica tour to the David Suzuki Foundation.

In 2009, individual stores selling New Roots Herbal products donated a portion of their sales to a selected charity. As of March, 2010, more than 70 stores donated to the David Suzuki Foundation.

Since 2008, Otter Bottle Inc., a Canadian-owned, family-operated business manufacturing a wide range of products, from stainless steel water bottles and food containers to insulated tote bags and lunch containers, has donated a percentage of sales to the David Suzuki Foundation.

Smoking Lily sold out its limited run of dresses adorned with David Suzuki's image, and 75 per cent of proceeds went to the Foundation; the company also donated 25 per cent of sales from their organic cotton men's t-shirts and bamboo jersey scarfs hand silk-screened with David's image.