committed to communities
Supporting communities has always been a cornerstone of our business and fundamental to Target's values.Even before our first store opened in 2013, we were busy working with Canadian communities.
- We donated more than $250,000 to local chapters of United Way.
- We have worked extensively with Food Banks Canada to coordinate weekly pick-ups.
- Target donated $250,000 to Pathways to Education to provide healthy snacks to students.
We’re very proud to be in Canada and of the contributions we’ve been able to make in local communities.
One for One®, For All
Target and TOMS have teamed up to bring you a limited-edition collection. For every TOMS for Target gift that you buy, we’re giving shoes, a blanket or meals to those in need. Each purchase allows our guests to bring home a beautifully designed product from an assortment of apparel, home décor, and accessories while giving back to our partners at Canada Red Cross, Food Banks Canada, and TOMS.find out more
giving to communities
Target has a long history of supporting the communities where we do business. We are continuing our legacy in Canada by working with a number of community organizations such as United Way, Salvation Army and Pathways to Education.giving to communities
our sustainability story
A healthy community includes clean air, water, and land. We integrate environmental sustainability throughout our business; from the way we build our stores -- by working towards LEED certification -- to the products on our shelves, we support sustainability throughout the product cycle. Learn more about these and our other Canadian initiatives for sustainability.our sustainability story
Volunteerism is a big part of Target culture, and we give our time, leadership skills, and business acumen to organizations such as Inn from the Cold (Alberta), Canadian Cancer Society (Quebec), and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Halifax—and many more across our great country. We surpassed our company volunteerism goal in 2013 and are excited to donate even more time in 2014.volunteerism