En collaboration avec

Le Carrefour Jeunesse Emploi des Cantons de l’Est

La thématique centrale qui a été choisie porte le nom de « Nourrir » et regroupe trois concepts d’éducation et de promotion sociale. Différents axes s’articulent autour de ces prémisses.

Se nourrir localement 🍓:
-Faire rayonner l’agriculture locale.
-Démontrer et valoriser le travail derrière chaque aliment.
-Éduquer sur l’importance de l’économie locale.

Nourrir son esprit 💭:
-L’importance de nourrir son esprit pour évoluer de l’intérieur.
-Promouvoir la résilience, l’autocompassion, l’amour propre à travers la pandémie.
-Promouvoir l’esprit critique, le dialogue nuancé et harmonieux pour une société plus humaine.

Le droit de se nourrir 🙏:
-Éduquer sur les inégalités sociales, les difficultés financières et leur impact sur le droit à se nourrir.

Sous le thème «Nourrir», ces produits ont été conçus par cinq femmes réunies pour l’initiative Design ta cause, qui vise à mettre en vente des items porteurs d’un message artistique et social. Les profits seront versés à l’organisme SOS Dépannage.

Œuvre de Genevieve Rheault, Andréanne Gaudreau, Vicky Dumas, Anne-Sophie Lego et Karine Lambert, le design fait la promotion de l’harmonie, de l’entraide et de l’agriculture locale.

Le chandail et le sac sont fait 100% au Québec!

La collection « Nourrir »

Nourish tshirt black

Regular price $34.79
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The KOOL team is proud to unveil the final result of this collaborative project with The Carrefour Jeunesse Emploi des Cantons de l'Est . The initial goal was to create and sell products with an artistic and symbolic message to promote the cause chosen during the ideation process. The central theme that was chosen bears the name of "Nourishing" and brings together three concepts of education and social promotion. Different axes revolve around these premises.

Eat locally:

  • Promote local agriculture.
  • Demonstrate and value the work behind each food.
  • Educate on the importance of the local economy.

Feed your mind:

  • The importance of nourishing your mind to evolve from within.
  • Promote resilience, self-compassion, self-esteem through the pandemic.
  • Promote critical thinking, balanced and harmonious dialogue for a more human society.

The right to food:

  • Educate on social inequalities, financial difficulties and their impact on the right to food.

S Under the theme “Nourish”, these products were designed by five women gathered for the Design your cause initiative, which aims to sell items carrying an artistic and social message. . Profits will be donated to SOS Dépannage.

The work of Geneviève Rheault, Andréanne Gaudreau, Vicky Dumas, Anne-Sophie Legault and Karine Lambert, the design promotes harmony, mutual aid and local agriculture.

The sweater is made 100% in Quebec!

Printed in Quebec!

All clothing is unisex.

FREE shipping for orders of $ 95 and over.

You can exchange a product for another size without problem, but we do not issue a refund. However, we can offer you a credit for another product in store if the desired size is no longer available.

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Nourish green tshirt

Regular price $34.79
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The KOOL team is proud to unveil the final result of this collaborative project with The Carrefour Jeunesse Emploi des Cantons de l'Est . The initial goal was to create and sell products with an artistic and symbolic message to promote the cause chosen during the ideation process. The central theme that was chosen bears the name of "Nourishing" and brings together three concepts of education and social promotion. Different axes revolve around these premises.

Eat locally:

  • Promote local agriculture.
  • Demonstrate and value the work behind each food.
  • Educate on the importance of the local economy.

Feed your mind:

  • The importance of nourishing your mind to evolve from within.
  • Promote resilience, self-compassion, self-esteem through the pandemic.
  • Promote critical thinking, balanced and harmonious dialogue for a more human society.

The right to food:

  • Educate on social inequalities, financial difficulties and their impact on the right to food.

S Under the theme “Nourish”, these products were designed by five women gathered for the Design your cause initiative, which aims to sell items carrying an artistic and social message. . Profits will be donated to SOS Dépannage.

The work of Geneviève Rheault, Andréanne Gaudreau, Vicky Dumas, Anne-Sophie Legault and Karine Lambert, the design promotes harmony, mutual aid and local agriculture.

The sweater is made 100% in Quebec!

Printed in Quebec!

All clothing is unisex.

FREE shipping for orders of $ 95 and over.

You can exchange a product for another size without problem, but we do not issue a refund. However, we can offer you a credit for another product in store if the desired size is no longer available.

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Tote Feed

Regular price $17.39
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The KOOL team is proud to unveil the final result of this collaborative project with The Carrefour Jeunesse Emploi des Cantons de l'Est . The initial goal was to create and sell products with an artistic and symbolic message to promote the cause chosen during the ideation process. The central theme that was chosen bears the name of "Nourishing" and brings together three concepts of education and social promotion. Different axes revolve around these premises.

Eat locally:

  • Promote local agriculture.
  • Demonstrate and value the work behind each food.
  • Educate on the importance of the local economy.

Feed your mind:

  • The importance of nourishing your mind to evolve from within.
  • Promote resilience, self-compassion, self-esteem through the pandemic.
  • Promote critical thinking, balanced and harmonious dialogue for a more human society.

The right to food:

  • Educate on social inequalities, financial difficulties and their impact on the right to food.

S Under the theme “Nourish”, these products were designed by five women gathered for the Design your cause initiative, which aims to sell items carrying an artistic and social message. . Profits will be donated to SOS Dépannage.

The work of Geneviève Rheault, Andréanne Gaudreau, Vicky Dumas, Anne-Sophie Legault and Karine Lambert, the design promotes harmony, mutual aid and local agriculture.

The bag is 100% made in Quebec!

Printed in Quebec!

All clothing is unisex.

FREE shipping for orders of $ 95 and over.

You can exchange a product for another size without problem, but we do not issue a refund. However, we can offer you a credit for another product in store if the desired size is no longer available.

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