We are passionate about our communities. We believe that feminism is inherently intersectional and advocating for those values means showing up in many ways. While Bonjibon is dedicated to the message of sexual wellness, there are many organizations and companies doing other facets of feminist work to help support, strengthen and empower those in our communities.
The Bonjibon Initiative is a way for us to help financially contribute to and spotlight different organizations and charities and their efforts.
Every quarter we will donate a portion of our profits to a different charity or organization with a minimum commitment of $2,000CAD per quarter.
The Indian Residential School Survivor Society (IRSSS) is a provincial organization with a twenty-year history of providing services to Indian Residential School Survivors.
The Indian Residential School Survivors Society began in 1994 as a working committee of the First Nations Summit. We were known as the Residential School Project, housed out of and as a part of the BC First Nations Summit. Our work was primarily to assist Survivors with the litigation process pertaining to Residential School abuses. In more recent years our work has expanded to include assisting the descendants of Survivors and implementing Community education measures (Indigenous & Non-Indigenous).
The Endometriosis Network Canada is the first and only registered charity in Canada dedicated to raising awareness of endometriosis and helping those it affects.
The mission of TENC is to promote awareness while providing education, support and resources for people with endometriosis and those whose lives it touches.
Peers Victoria is an innovative, multi-service grassroots agency that was established by, with, and for sex workers in 1995. Through direct service delivery and community partnerships, Peers provides an array of outreach and drop-in harm reduction and support services alongside education and employment training for current and former sex workers.
THE GOAL OF THE NATIVE WOMEN’S SHELTER…
Is to provide a safe environment where women can begin to rebuild their lives. We offer support and frontline services to First Nations, Inuit and Métis (Aboriginal) women and children to promote their empowerment and independence. The NWSM is the only women’s shelter in Montreal that provides services exclusively to Aboriginal women and their children. Women are offered an up to three month stay in one of 13 private rooms, many of which are capable of accommodating more than one person so that women may stay with their children. There is a zero tolerance policy for drugs and alcohol at the shelter.
In the initial stages, the fund will support low/no cost virtual mental health care for Black clients in East York, Toronto and across Ontario.
The fund will support: Low/no cost workshops for community members, which may include: ancestral Memory of Trauma, which will have a spiritual & recovery model, post-Traumatic Slave Syndrome, which will utilize a psycho-educational model, low/no cost one on one therapy sessions for community members and anti-oppressive workshops for mental health practitioners.
Black Women in Motion is a Toronto-based, youth-led organization that empowers and supports the advancement of black womxn and survivors of sexual violence. We work within an anti-racist, intersectional feminist, trauma-informed and survivor-centred framework to create culturally-relevant content, educational tools, healing spaces and economic opportunities for black womxn.
#BlackLivesMatter was founded in 2013 in response to the acquittal of Trayvon Martin’s murderer. Black Lives Matter Foundation, Inc is a global organization in the US, UK, and Canada, whose mission is to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by the state and vigilantes. By combating and countering acts of violence, creating space for Black imagination and innovation, and centering Black joy, we are winning immediate improvements in our lives.
WAVAW is a feminist, anti-oppressive, decolonizing rape crisis centre operating on unceded Coast Salish Territories. They provide support services to survivors of sexualized violence who have shared experiences of gender marginalization: cis and trans women, Two-Spirit, trans and/or non-binary people. They advocate for social and systemic change through education, outreach and activism.