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Online events, businesses to support, and charities to donate to.
It’s maybe not as exciting as the other picks on this list, but there’s no arguing that a donation to a local charity will make the biggest impact for your money. There’s lots of Vancouver nonprofits that support and uplift women, but here are a few to get the ball rolling: The Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre (supports women and children in the DTES), Wish Vancouver (supports street-based sex workers), Minerva BC (provides leadership development programs for women and girls), Chrysalis Society (supports women overcoming chemical dependency) and Vancouver Rape Relief and Women’s Shelter (supports survivors of sexual abuse). If you have the means, donate!
Both Legend’s Haul and Coho Commissary are offering gift boxes made up entirely of local products by local women-led businesses. There’s snacks, beauty and household items all wrapped up in a pretty packageseems like a pretty good gift for a deserving woman in your life. Pro tip: when you’re looking through the boxes, throw the businesses a follow on sociallet’s work those algorithms.
32 films from around the world (and 14 from Canada) make up this year’s online Vancouver International Women in Film Festival. The theme Resilience. Challenge. Change. is very appropriate for our trying times, and the lineup of movies is truly binge-worthy. Look for the two films from B.C.: Brother, I Cry from Indigenous director Jessie Anthony and The Curse of Willow Song (pictured above) from established horror genre director Karen Lam.
Do double duty with your weekend workout: this virtual fundraiser class is donating 100% of proceeds to the Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre.The 30-minute “Freedom” dance class is beginner and living-room friendly, and the organizers are asking participants to have their favourite drink ready for a toast at the end of the workout. And you can bet there’s going to be some killer lady-bops on the playlist.
Tickle that feminist funny bone! The online International Women of Stand-Up Comedy show features comedians fromyou guessed itall over the world, with a star-studded lineup featuring Amber Harper-Young (Canada/UK), Yumi Nagashima (Japan), Sophia Johnson (New Zealand), Carol Cunningham (Canada), Michelle Nnadi (USA/Nigeria), and Sharon Mahoney (Canada).
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