Give Back To The Ottawa Community This Holiday Season

Since day one, giving back has been core to Gift Better Co.’s DNA. We are proud to make it easy for our customers to give back to causes that they care about, and it's important to our team that we find ways to support the community that has given us such unwavering support over the course of the last two years. 

Last holiday season we were thrilled that thanks to the Ottawa community we were able to drop off 107 gift boxes full of fun and delicious items for residents of the Cornerstone Women’s Shelter. 

This year we’re hoping to expand on our tradition by giving back to three different community organizations. 

How it works

Brighten up someone's holiday season by sending a holiday gift to someone in need.

  1. Click here and choose an Ottawa-based organization to donate a gift to this holiday season.
  2. Add the box to your cart and check out. 
  3. Sit back and know that you spread some holiday cheer to someone in need this holiday season.

What’s included

This gift box will include a mix of items on each organization's wish list including a water bottle, chocolates, cookies, journal, pens, activity books, and a holiday card sending warm holiday wishes on your behalf!

Make an impact

Read below to learn about the three organizations that you can give back to, and click here to purchase a box, which we’ll drop off in December. 

Recovery Care

Recovery Care is a harm reduction clinic focused on helping patients with substance use disorders.

Cornerstone Women's Shelter

Cornerstone Women's Shelter provides women with essential needs such as nutritious food, personal care items, and shelter.

Mainstreet Community Services

Mainstreet Community Services is a registered charity dedicated to providing children, youth, and adults with developmental disabilities and complex mental health needs with opportunities for skill development, healthy relationship building, and recreation. 

Visit this page to check out the gifts that we’ll be delivering on behalf of the Ottawa community.

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