Giving Back

Unicorn Baby supports local and global charities with social and environmental content.

We are passionate about giving back to our community near and far by being a part of positive change. We are currently supporting Down Syndrome Association of Toronto (DSAT), CAMH (Canadian Mental Health Hospital), and Ocean-Action Resources Centre.

To find out more about these charities, please see below:

Down Syndrome Association of Toronto (DSAT)

The Down Syndrome Association of Toronto (DSAT) is a not-for-profit organization which provides support and information to parents, parents of children with Down syndrome, students and teachers. Their Board of Directors is made up of volunteers who are committed to the vision and mission of the association. DSAT receives no government funding and relies on private donations to provide programming for our community.

For more information on DSAT, please visit their website at

CAMH (Canadian Mental Health Hospital)

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is Canada's largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital, as well as one of the world's leading research centres in its field. 

CAMH is fully affiliated with the University of Toronto, and is a Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization Collaborating Centre.

CAMH combines clinical care, research, education, policy development and health promotion to help transform the lives of people affected by mental health and addiction issues.

For more information on CAMH, please visit their website at

Ocean Action Resource Centre (ORC)

Ocean Action Resource Centre's mission is its “locals-first” approach that entrusts the management and benefits of conservation into the hands of communities. As a local NGO that is based in the community it serves, ORC is in a position to ensure that conservation works from the ground up. ORC’s priorities include building local leadership, fostering actual community involvement, and integrating conservation into local culture and institutions.

With national and international network of partners and resources, ORC assumes a bridging/connecting role in the community. In particular, it takes on the challenge of bridging the gap between conservation ideals and grassroots realities, between the science of conservation and its real-life impact on communities, and between local capacities and the global network of conservation resources. This entails empowering local stakeholders with effective hands-on knowledge and skills on conservation, while giving voice to conservation realities from the ground up, to help shape global conservation paradigms and policies.

For more information on Ocean Action Resource Centre, please visit their website at