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Shop with Conscience

The Campus Store is showcasing socially and environmentally conscious brands, including many with direct ties to the Ryerson community via the Social Ventures Zone. The focus of each brand varies, from ensuring fabrics are sustainable, to giving back to local charities and community organizations, and to the ethical treatment of workers in Canada and abroad. 

Learn more about our Shop with Conscience brands

Daria Day 

Offering a variety of handcrafted jewelry, Farrukh Lalani (Ryerson Social Ventures Zone alumna) of Daria Day strives to provide artisans living in remote communities in the foothills of the K2 Mountain in Northern Pakistan a sustainable livelihood and path to prosperity. Daria Day works with 50-60 artisans from three collectives in Gilgit Balistan to create ethically sourced jewelry featuring real gemstones and recycled silver.

Local Laundry

Based out of Calgary, Local Laundry is proud to offer a wide variety of locally made apparel items that will make you feel just as good as you look! Using a local socially- and sustainability-conscious supply chain, every garment sold by Local Laundry is produced right here in Canada by employees making a liveable wage.

Local Laundry also believes in giving back to charity, by donating 10% of wholesale sales to a variety of organizations, such as the Canadian Red Cross, Rainbow Railroad, and the Women in Need Society.  They have just surpassed $100,000 in total donations, and are on track to hit $1,000,000 in donations by 2030.

Out of Print

Serving bookworms of all ages since 2010, Out of Print is an apparel and homewares company with a literary twist! With products featuring iconic book cover artwork and literary references, you’re sure to find the perfect gifts for the bibliophiles in your life! Since its founding, Out of Print has donated over five million books to communities in need and has supported a wide array of community-based literacy initiatives.

Peace Collective

Founded in 2015, Toronto-based Peace Collective is a lifestyle clothing brand with a commitment to supporting food insecurity initiatives, mental health research and refugee aid.

  • For every garment sold from the Home Is collection, three meals will be donated through partner food banks including Food Banks Canada
  • 15% of the proceeds from every Self collection purchase is donated to the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Foundation to support mental health research
  • A portion of all proceeds from the Peace collection is donated to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Canada to support refugees forced to flee their homes due to violence

The Good Tee

Adila Whelan (Ryerson Social Venture Zone alumna) of The Good Tee is committed to creating fashion-forward apparel using Certified Fair Trade Organic Cotton from farmers in India, with a fully transparent supply chain. The Good Tee supports slower production schedules and ethical working conditions that celebrates the maker, not the machine!