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This fall, we’re driving across the country donating creative services to 13 of Canada's most deserving charities and non-profits. We'll help build their brands and tell their stories by connecting them with creative professionals and forward-thinking businesses.

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Good Groups

Are you a group that creates positive social impact but know your brand and story needs some professional creative help? A charity, non-profit, social enterprise that solves environmental or social challenges?

Good Creatives

Are you a creative professional that wants to make the world better? A designer, illustrator, photographer, animator, or copywriter who wants to help change the perception of doing good in Canada?

Good Businesses

Are you a big business or a small shop that wants to change lives in a Canadian community? Do you want to build social impact and be rewarded with positive business outcomes?

More about the program

Brandvan is a national social impact program bringing together 3 key partners: (1) social impact groups like charities, non-profits, and social enterprises that have brand or creative needs, (2) creative professionals volunteering their time and talent, (3) business leaders that support initiatives through monetary or in-kind donations. Through a shared vision and values, our community will help people, the environment, and the perception of doing good by merging actions with ideas.

The mobile content studio will make physical stops in each of the 10 provinces and connect remotely with the 3 territories. With 13 social impact initiatives in total, our aim is to demonstrate the diversity of need and opportunity for creatives in Canada, as well as the many rewards from giving back. We’ll use creativity as a vehicle to connect and advance Canadian communities.


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Why GoodLife is a Good Partner

In general, we live pretty healthy lives. When building the van, we made sure we had lots of kitchen counter space to meal prep and make nutritious eats. In most communities we visited, we hit up local farmers’ markets for fresh and healthy produce. And...