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Youth Day Toronto 2018
Youth Day Toronto 2018
It’s no secret that today’s youth are becoming the catalysts for positive change in their communities. From running socially responsible businesses, starting charitable initiatives to inspiring their fellow peers, the future is looking very bright for our younger generation. Read More...
West Park Healthcare Centre Hosts Fashion Show to Kick Off Custom Apparel Launch
West Park Healthcare Centre Hosts Fashion Show to Kick Off Custom Apparel Launch
Located in Toronto, West Park Healthcare Centre helps patients get their lives back after life-changing injury or illness. To help staff and patients show their pride, West Park recently launched a custom clothing line using Entripy’s online shop platform, Entripyshops. Read More...
Get to Know Our Clients: Vincovis Strength and Support
Get to Know Our Clients: Vincovis Strength and Support
With Remembrance Day approaching, many of us are taking the time to reflect upon Canada’s fallen warriors, those who have given their lives to defend our country and the values we stand for. But often during this solemn time of the year, we forget about the veterans who have returned to our country physically wounded or emotionally scarred. Read More...
Get To Know Our Clients: Tri-FUN Kids' Triathlons
Get To Know Our Clients: Tri-FUN Kids' Triathlons
Tri-FUN Kids’ Triathlons Inc. is an Ontario-based not-for-profit that began in 2014 as a way for kids ages 3-13 to get active, have fun and gain confidence through participation in sport. Developed by Jen Stretch and Lianne Warne, two moms who recognized the physical, mental and emotional benefits kids can reap through being active in sports, Tri-FUN Kids’ Triathlons provides a fun and supportive environment that encourages kids to live active lifestyles. Read More...
Get To Know Our Clients: The Terry Fox Foundation
Get To Know Our Clients: The Terry Fox Foundation
Terry Fox, a native of British Columbia, was diagnosed with osteosarcoma (bone cancer) in 1977 at the age of 18. His right leg was amputated to stop the cancer from spreading. During his treatment he became close to many other cancer patients, especially children. Terry was determined that others should have a better chance to beat the disease than he did. He set about on an epic 5,300 kilometre coast to coast run to raise money for cancer research. Terry’s right leg was only a stump outfitted with an artificial limb made with fiberglass and steel, but his left leg was extremely strong. He trained for his run for 15 months, often in the dark so no one could see him. When he told his family he wanted to run across the country, no one believed him. Read More...
Get to Know Our Clients: Power Unit Youth Organization
Get to Know Our Clients: Power Unit Youth Organization
Today’s youth are faced with more challenges than ever before.  From changes in technology to new economic realities, today’s youth are tasked with finding their way in our rapidly changing world.  Power Unit Youth Organizationis a youth-driven non-profit organization based in Toronto that strives to nurture and develop youth to become the leaders of tomorrow.  By promoting youth development and empowerment through philanthropic projects, Power Unit Youth Organization gives young people an opportunity to grow and explore and demonstrates to them the impact that they can have on their communities. Read More...
Get to Know Our Clients: Rally For Kids with Cancer Scavenger Cup
Get to Know Our Clients: Rally For Kids with Cancer Scavenger Cup
At Entripy, we love outfitting exciting new charity events in custom apparel. Rally for Kids is no exception. The Rally for Kids with Cancer Scavenger Cup is a unique, exciting event that provides fun and challenging once-in-a-lifetime experiences for participants. The event began in Toronto in 2008 with the Car Rallyand later expanded to Boat Rally in Muskoka. Over the past nine years, these two events have raised over $19 million for children’s cancer research treatment and care at SickKids. Read More...
Get to Know Our Clients: Visions of Science
Get to Know Our Clients: Visions of Science
Investing in state-of-the-art technology has been key to Entripy’s growth as a leader in the custom apparel industry, so when we were approached by Visions of Science a local nonprofit organization that provides opportunities for STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) learning to youth in marginalized communities, we knew we had to help. Read More...
Get To Know Our Clients: The Word On The Street
Get To Know Our Clients: The Word On The Street
The Word on the Street is a non-profit organization that celebrates literacy. Each year, the organization hosts a free, annual outdoor festival, providing an opportunity for book lovers to meet award-winning authors, browse new releases and come face to face with Canadian publishers offering everything from non-fiction to children’s literature. Read More...
Get To Know Our Clients: Kaitlyn Johnston
Get To Know Our Clients: Kaitlyn Johnston
Kaitlyn’s aunt and grandmother had both survived cancer and the Whitby student wanted to do something to honour the fight they had put up against the disease. Johnston met Cops for Cancer at her school and while she had hair down to her elbows, long enough to donate, she says she chickened out of cutting it off that day. “I felt really bad about that,” she says. Kaitlyn couldn’t stop thinking about that decision and wanted a second chance so she told her parents she was going to cut off her long locks. Read More...