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A Disability-Positive Space

Breaking Barriers & Amplifying Voices

Funds from each sale flow towards disability-supportive organizations, generate employment opportunities for youth with visible & invisible disability, and promote financial independence of self-advocate authors and artists.


Promoting Accessibility, Equity, Inclusion, and Voice Amplification as building blocks of a future with participation of all.

Buy One, Give One

GoodOnU invites you to pay it forward. Buy one hoody, and gift one to a child or teen  in need.

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Did you know?

It costs about $40,000 per year to raise a child with a disability in Canada. They grow out of their essential equipment and/or adaptive devices just as quickly as their warm clothes. 

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We offer Clothes with a Cause.  A portion of every sale on our site flows directly towards registered charities and organizations that support individuals with disability of all types, whether visible or invisible.

In addition, many of the items on our site feature original art designs which are unique to GoodOnU.ca, and cannot be found elsewhere.

EQUITY Genderfree Hoody

Comfy hoody, soft outside, even softer brushed fleece inside. Relaxed fit, perfect for wrapping into on chilly days.

Featuring original art across chest, sleeve and hood.

    Embroidered Trucker Cap

    From our VOICE collection - because every form of communication is valid and deserves to be heard.

    Featuring original art.


      Don't forget about Mom! The perfect sweatshirt for all MamaBears. especially the medical and IEP Moms out there. Treat yourself to this sweatshirt perfect for walks to school or those IEP meetings.

        About us

        Glad to meet you!

        We are woman-owned and operated.

        We believe in the power of business to make the world a better place.

        GoodOnU.ca is a social enterprise, a business that raises funds for social goals. For us the goal is an accessible, equitable, inclusive society with full participation of people with disability.

        Read our story

        Meet Artist Ashley Caldwell

        Ashley is a teenager in high school who uses her ipad to communicate . During pandemic quarantine when the school day took place online, Ashley engaged the most with art class. It became another way for her to express herself.

        Ashley creates in media such as paint, pastels, and pencils. She prefers bright colours and utilizes broad strokes and large movements.

        Meet Artist Clara Whittaker

        Clara has been creating art since she picked up her first crayon. She trained at Humber College Visual & Digital Arts School and now works as a freelance artist and technical writer.

        Clara creates in various traditional media as well as in digital form.

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