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Home Goods with a Purpose

When you buy a canvas item , you affect everyone who took part in creating that piece. We partner with non-profit organizations and artisan groups that are committed to fair-trade business and we believe that the skills of our artists should be fostered and the communities they live in should flourish. By bringing you their work, we give a greater purpose to the items you use every day.

Aid to Artisans

Aid to Artisans is an amazing non-profit organization leading a handmade revolution, while supporting artists and strengthening communities around the world. Their mission is to create economic opportunities for low income artisan groups around the world where livelihoods, communities, and craft traditions are marginal or at risk. Aid to Artisans. Designed to address the economic plight of small or remote groups of qualified artisans, our donations are available for real grass roots projects and directly help artisans around the world.

Learn more about the Canvas Small Grants Program here .

Creative Learning

Creative learning enhances the capacity of local organizations around the world to improve the lives of people in their communities. Through the creation of people-to-people partnerships  they are especially dedicated  to protecting human rights, supporting economic and social development , and building peace.

Housing Works

It is the Housing Works mission to end the crises of homelessness, canvas supports Housing Works in their annual Design on a Dime benefit by creating unforgettable room vignettes in which every piece is available for sale with all proceeds going to charity. All profits from Design on a Dime help housing works “get a room” for homeless and low-income New Yorkers.it is the housing works mission to end the crises of homelessness, canvas supports Housing Works in their annual Design on a Dime benefit by creating unforgettable room vignettes in which every piece is available for sale with all proceeds going to charity. All profits from Design on a Dime help housing works “get a room” for homeless and low-income New Yorkers.

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