Origami Customs partners with community organizations all over the world to get our products to people who lack access to body-affirming products and services.
Here are some of our ongoing partnerships:
Planned Parenthood, is a nonprofit organization that provides reproductive health care in the United States and globally. Our products are featured in the Planned Parenthood guide for those patients seeking gender-affirming treatment.
Point of Pride is a volunteer-based organization which works to support trans youth and adults who otherwise lack access through gender-affirming programs that empower them to live more authentically.
Positive Space Network runs LGBTQ+ youth programming in Halton Region of Ontario. We supply them with subsidized, gender-affirming underthings.
Their goal is to provide a safe space and support to parents and transgender children on Manitoulin Island and the surrounding area.
We support them with ongoing donations of gender-affirming clothing for Trans youth.
Their Trans Health Advocacy program works to help Trans Kentuckians access the healthcare they need, as well as reaffirm our autonomy and community. They do this through in-person advocacy and support, financial assistance for gender-affirming care, connecting folks with online and community resources, as well as advice and assistance navigating insurance. The program aims to put a greater focus on the intersectional barriers Trans Kentuckians face when accessing healthcare such as structural and interpersonal racism, classism, ableism, and sizeism.
AGIR is an independent, non-profit organization, by and for the newly arrived LGBTQ community. Their mission is to develop and deliver services, information, programs, resources, protection and advocacy for legal, social and economic rights for new migrants and newcomers from the LGBTQ community. All in a perspective of solidarity
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Organizations that receive a combined 1% of our total sales
The goal of the NWSM is to provide a safe environment where women can begin to rebuild their lives. They offer support and frontline services to First Nations, Inuit and Métis (Aboriginal) women and children to promote their empowerment and independence. We offer them monetary ongoing donations.
The purpose of Freedom School is to respond to a lack of humanizing, self-affirming, queer positive educational opportunities for Black children in the Toronto area. Freedom school will provide an alternative setting for parents to do not feel that our children are being taught self-love, and a passion for justice and liberation through their formal education. The program is designed to teach children about Black Canadian and diasporic history, to engage children in political resistance to anti-Black racism and state violence through a trans-feminist lens, and to offer children an entry point into the #BlackLivesMatter movement. We support them with ongoing monetary donations.
The Unis’tot’en (Big Frog Clan) have taken action to protect their lands from Lions Gate Metals at their Tacetsohlhen Bin Yintah, and building a cabin and resistance camp at Talbits Kwah at Gosnell Creek and Wedzin Kwah from seven proposed pipelines from Tar Sands Gigaproject and LNG from the Horn River Basin Fracturing Projects in the Peace River Region.