Our Community Bar

Image of all natural 100% Canadian made local moisturizing bar soap.

What is a Community Bar?

A Community Bar is a way for us to give back to Canadian not-for-profits and charities that support a vision for a toxin-free world. At the beginning of the year we choose two main partners who will share the proceeds from the bar, and $1 from each bar of soap sold will go to those partners — you’ll also notice some other causes that we give to throughout the year. Our main 2020 partners are Nature Conservancy Canada and Spirit North. Learn more about our partners below. 

For 20 years we have been creating products with simple, natural ingredients, you can trust are safe for you, your family and the environment, and this program is a reflection of that mission. The limited-edition Community Bar also allows our team to harness their creativity by exploring new soap ideas.

Thirsty for more Community Bar info? Check out our FAQ.

This Month's Community Bar

Image of natural Cleanse bar soap from Rocky Mountain Soap Company.

Our January bar is back and ready to help you get your detox on! Cleanse is stimulating for sluggish skin and packed with nature's goodness like Balancing Cedarwood, Local Fir and Organic Shea Butter to purify your complexion. 

 

 

Community Bar Stories


Image of Beckie Scott and two children from Spirit North


Meet Spirit North

Spirit North is one of our 2020 partners. We’re so proud to be supporting this Canmore-based organisation that empowers Indigenous children and youth through sport and connection to the land.




 

image of the Rocky team in Crowsnest Pass with NCC.

 

Meet NCC

The Nature Conservancy of Canada is one of our 2020 partners and is the nation's leading private, not-for-profit land conservation organization, protecting vital natural areas and the species they sustain. Since 1962, NCC has helped protect more than 14 million hectares (35 million acres), coast to coast.


young girl making a fist.

Meet Fast & Female

One in 3 girls drop out of sport compared to 1 in 10 boys, while 62% of Canadian girls are not participating in any kind of sport. Canmore-based Fast & Female was started by Olympian Chandra Crawford to empower girls through sport.




 


Man holding essential oil under boy's nose.

 

Meet MitoCanada

Our Mito Energy Community Bar goes to benefit MitoCanada. MitoCanada works to bring awareness and advancements to research in order to fight mitochondrial disease.


Criteria for Community Bar Partners:

Nature - We support the preservation, education and celebration of nature. We support organizations that keep our environment safe and healthy, so everyone can continue to embrace and enjoy nature for years to come.
CELEBRATING NATURE | PROTECTING NATURE | CONNECTING WITH NATURE

Wellness - We envision a happy, healthy and simple life is possible for all. Nature is all you need to do this! We support organizations that promote and empower people to make healthier choices for their overall well-being.
EMPOWERMENT & EDUCATION | CONNECTION THROUGH NATURE & PLAY | SELF CARE

 

  • They are a registered charity or not-for-profit
  • There is a Canadian connection and national presence
  • Nature and/or Wellness is important in what they do (see above description)
  • They share similar values (Kindness, Team Spirit, Give it a Go & Positivitude)

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    We will not work with partners that:

  • Promote or support violence, aggression, prejudice or oppression towards others
  • Support political parties or agendas
  • Are connected to un-environmentally friendly practices or in other ways harm the environment
  • Force or coerce religious beliefs or spiritual practices

  • If you have a partnership suggestion for us, please let us know: