Taking a little piece of Canadian goodness, wherever you go.
When we heard the call that homeless shelters across our city needed help, we listened.
Together, along with other Calgary small business owners, we collected over 2,000 towels and donated them to six different local charities that were in dire need. It was incredible to see people rally together for a great cause.
While this initiative was fantastic, we felt that we needed a better, more sustainable way to help the shelters that do so much for our community. We saw success with our Giving Toque, buy one and we’ll donate one, so we thought we could take the same giving model and apply it to towels.
After a little research, we found that there weren’t any companies that produce towels that are actually manufactured in Canada, let alone towels that build community, so we decided to change that. We teamed up with a Canadian manufacturer to create a high-quality terry towel that adheres to our five pillars of the community, particularly giving back, supporting Canadian manufacturing and, representing where you come from.
So now, with further ado, we’re excited finally introduce to you the CAN Giving Towel, a lightweight, compact microfiber towel that’s proudly made in Canada. Buy one we’ll donate one towel to a shelter across Canada!
This one of a kind towel represents many of the great qualities about what it means to be Canadian including having a positive impact on your community, supporting local, and being proud of where you come. It’s a perfect towel to take to the gym or to pack with you on your next trip abroad. Use your towel to cheer on Team Canada! Or even to showcase your Canadian pride with others. Simply use your CAN Giving Towel and take warmth in the fact that someone else in need will get a towel because of your support.
Purchase your Giving Towel today. Feel good knowing you're making a positive impact on your community!
Be sure to tag @LocalLaundry in your Giving Towel photos! We want to share your adventures and experience just where in the world you took this little piece of Canada!