IWD Partner and Sponsor

Happy International Women’s Day Event

WTG partnered with  Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis to celebrate the International Women’s Day event on March 8, 2024 along with many other partner organizations. The event had fabulous speakers.

Women That Give provided delicious food, prepared by our food partner Streetside Munchies . WTG’s talented volunteer made beautiful henna art for the attendees. Women That Give is proud to support the GWWIC again this year. Very happy to be a sponsor/partner and support the event. Happy Women’s Day to all women here and around the world.

International Womens Day

Celebrating Women’s Day with fabulous ladies breaking the bias across wellness in Canada. WTG was so proud to sponsor the event in support of Nisa Homes.

Event had the wonderful speaker Jia Jamali – Mindset Coach who led the Yoga session.

Huge thanks to our wonderful partners who made the Women’s Day event a great success. Special thanks to Bhavaa.ca ( exclusive one of kind jewelry for women by women). Thank you Gourmet Macrons for the gift certificates. Thank you Dr. Elvis for the health and wellness books. Thank you to our swag bags partners, Kind A Love(100% organic whipped body butter) and The beauty spot ( Skin Care) and WTG.


MonsterArts for Youth program by monstrARTity

Are you a teacher looking for a fun way to educate your students on other cultures?

Visit MonsterArts.ca/Youth  to learn about requesting a South Asian arts workshop for your class. (If you’re not a teacher, quick, tell your teacher friends!)

Started in 2013, the #MonsterArts for Youth program by monstrARTity helps teachers fill gaps in South Asian curriculum by providing school children of all backgrounds hands-on workshops in Bollywood and Bhangra dance, Hindi music, ghazal writing, mandala-making, filmmaking and more.

Supported by the Peel District School Board, Halton Catholic District School Board and York Region District School Board, workshops led by professional artists are available virtually to schools in BC and ON and in-person to schools in ON.


  1. Anti-Racism and Anti-Oppression: South Asian students will see themselves reflected in the curriculum, while creating safe and inclusive space for students of all backgrounds to engage in South Asian culture
  2. Mental Health: students express themselves, relieve stress and anxiety, and explore their experiences and emotions
  3. Social Studies: teachers can connect arts education with curriculum regarding traditions, material culture, identity within a multicultural society and human impact on the environment.   
  4. Arts Education: teachers get access to expert resources to expand the students’ exposure to classical and contemporary South Asian art forms

The program has reached over 23,000 students to date!

Thank you for supporting our 6th Annual Winter Drive

Thank you for supporting our 6th Annual Winter Drive

Thank you for supporting Women That Give’s 6th Annual Winter Drive and helping WTG raise funds for our beneficiaries to benefit the disadvantaged kids and their families during the holiday season again this year.

All proceeds benefitted the kids and their families served by our beneficiaries  ( VSOP, IHOH, and RMHC).

Thank You to all donors with a special mention of “Jennifer” for her very generous donation,  Thank you to our Partners CIBC, AAI, Wayfair, GKWCC, MonstrARTity, and Hon MP Iqra Khalid for helping WTG brighten the holidays for the kids and their families in our communities.

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