Jack Gives Back
Our Social Commitment
At Jack of All Trades®, we believe in giving back to our community, and in supporting tomorrow's future, today!
We donate a portion of the proceeds from each item sold online. Currently, we have selected two very important foundation that, in turn, benefit children's health and well-being.
"We are continuing to look at what more we can do to help others! We at Jack of All Trades® are committed to helping others and building a better future!" - Allan Goldberg, President, Jack of All Trades®
The Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation
"We believe children are our future, and we like the idea of supporting causes and getting involved in movements that are all about children's health, education and their all-around well-being." - Allan Goldberg, President, Jack of All Trades®
"We are thrilled that Jack of All Trades® has chosen to support the cause of child health. With each t-shirt sold, their customers will help make lasting changes in the lives of The Children's young patients." - Marie-Josée Gariépy, President, Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation
The Montreal Children’s Hospital is the pediatric teaching hospital for McGill University’s Faculty of Medicine. The Children’s is a leader in providing a broad spectrum of highly specialized care to newborns, children and adolescents from all across Quebec. The Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation raises funds to help The Children’s meet its mandate to offer state-of-the-art care, teach the latest techniques to new generations of healthcare professionals and pioneer ground-breaking research and innovation. Visit childrenfoundation.com for more information about the Foundation.
The Children's Wish Foundation of Canada
"As part of our social commitment, we are now giving back to the community. In line with our belief that our future lies with our children, we are proud to help The Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada to bring joy to these innocent children and their families." - Allan Goldberg, President, Jack of All Trades®
Each year, thousands of Canadian children between the ages of three and 17 are diagnosed with a life threatening illness. Since 1984, The Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada has worked tirelessly to grant exceptional wishes to over 19,000 children and their families.
This year, the Foundation expects to grant over 1,000 new wishes and is proud to have never refused a wish to an eligible child, and with the help of volunteers and generous donors, is able to grant nearly three wishes every day. Each wish is an individual adventure, carefully structured to meet the needs of a particular child and family. The Foundation is a national charity with chapters in every province and territory. Visit www.childrenswish.ca for more information.