Fair Trade Campus Week is a fun-filled week bursting with activities where Campus life and businesses intersect to create tremendous educational and promotional opportunities for all.
It is the opportunity to celebrate the fair trade movement and Fairtrade certified products in Campuses across Canada! Mark your calendar as in 2017 it falls the week of September 25-29! We work closely with all our partners to help supply ideas, creative collateral, artwork designs and more to help make Fair Trade Campus Week a success. For any inquiries in regards to this initiative and the details found below, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about what it means to be a Fair Trade Campus, click here
Fairtrade product donation
During the summer, we reach out to companies willing to donate Fairtrade products and to campuses needing products so that we can coordinate their distribution.
If you are a licensee registered with Fairtrade Canada or if you are a retailer able to provide Fairtrade certified products, please fill out this online form. Make sure to do so before August 1 2017.
If you are a representative of a Campus who would like to receive Fairtrade certified products, please fill out this online form. Make sure to do so before July 23 2017.
Click here to find out which companies participated in 2016.
’ Kim Chackal – Sales Manager, Equifruit, Inc.
Fair Trade Campus Week helps facilitate a dialogue between suppliers and campuses on the subject of new products.
National campus activities across Canada
There were more than 40 Campuses participating in 2016! Click here to find out which ones were involved.
Visit our 2016 Storify to see all of the activities that took place.
In order to support your efforts, we have videos, social media posts and hashtags, producer images, a Fair Trade Campus Week logo and much more. Visit our Materials section and make sure to contact us as we will have a digital toolkit to share with you.
Did you know that in 2016, 43 campuses took part in the Week? Consult our blog and contact us if you would like to get a copy of our Fair Trade Campus Week 2016 report.