The Giving Box


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The only thing better than a gift is one that keeps on giving!

Each of our Giving Boxes comes with your choice of two bags of our organic premium coffee, Chocolate Bark made by Guapa Xocolate, and our own artisan organic pancake mix, all made packaged in the beautiful commercial kitchen at SKETCH.

To complementing those fluffy pancakes, we’ve also added premium Indigenous made maple syrup for a truly tasteful gift. 

With each purchase of our Holiday Giving Box, you are giving not only an incredible gift to your staff, clients, loved ones or friends, but a gift whose benefits keep on giving into the New Year.

Wabanaki Maple and Ziibaakdakaan Maple

The Giving Box aims to build bridges through economic reconciliation and action by participating in the Indigenous economy. We are proud to help support Indigenous communities by partnering with Wabanaki Maple and Ziibaakdakaan Maple, two 100% Indigenous owned and operated businesses by the Neqotkuk (Tobique First Nation) and the Chippewas of Nawash in Neyaashiinigmiing. By combining Maple Syrup with our SKETCH pancakes, we share cultural traditions and celebrate a partnership of collaboration and giving.

Guapa Xocolate Espresso Bark

Guapa Xocolate is a social purpose enterprise let by a community of young mothers coming together to handcraft their lives through small batch chocolate making. The Espresso bean chocolate bark combines the highest quality dark chocolate with our Annex Artisanal Espresso Roast coffee to create a taste sensation that will leave you and your friends craving more.

Organic Artisan Pancake Mix

The only thing better than the smell of coffee in the morning is the smell of coffee and freshly made pancakes! Our organic breakfast recipe is an artisanal delight, extra fluffy and sure to bring your loved ones together over the breakfast table. 

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We support SKETCH!

We support SKETCH!

SKETCH is a community arts enterprise engaging diverse young people, ages 16-29, from across Canada, who live homeless or on the margins and navigate poverty to experience the transformative power of the
 To build leadership and self-sufficiency in the arts. And to cultivate social and environmental change through the arts.