Disability Pride

Disability Pride Month celebrates people with disabilities, their identities, their culture, and their contributions to society. It also seeks to change the way people think about and define disability , to end the stigma of disability, and to promote the belief that disability is a natural part of human diversity in which people living with disabilities can celebrate and take pride. It's also a chance to raise awareness of the challenges they still face every day to be treated equally

July is Disability Pride month!


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

Clothes with a Cause

That GoodonU Tee, Hat, or Hoody you put in your cart doesn't just look good and feel comfortable. It's a champion Multi-tasker!

It allows us to employ youth with disability,

its design may be one that was created by an artist with disability,

it helps us spread awareness about accessibility, equity, and inclusion through our social media Public Service Announcements,

and a portion from every sale flows directly towards disability-supportive registered charities and organizations for physical or invisible disabilities.

So thanks for being a ally!

Inclusion, Diversity, Equity Accessibility


From our Red Shirt Collection "I love Inclusion, Diversity Equity & Accessibility" sends an important message as Accessibility is too often left out of EDI discussion.

My Heart

From our MY HEART collection - original art by self-advocate Ashley Caldwell, symbolizing inclusion as expressing love and inclusion for all

Featuring original art.

Accessible Housing Accessible Lives
T- Shirt

This tee expresses a powerful message of the need of accessible housing.  Wear a visible statement of support for the creation of a fully accessible and inclusive society. Let's make a difference together!

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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