Comfort is of tremendous importance to all; however, it is especially important to those affected by childhood cancer. Comfort is a source of survival & strength. The Good Hood Club uses the power of comfort to champion all members of this brave and heroic community.


The Good Hood Club is a  loungewear company that donates 50% of its profits to Pediatric Oncology initiatives, most notably to the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario (POGO). Co-founders, Eloise & Chloe, founded the company at Queen's University with the goal of providing comfort to their community, while championing those impacted by childhood cancer. 

As a cancer survivor herself, Eloise understood the importance of comfort in the childhood cancer journey. Now, the Good Hood Club has grown into a community of comfort that represents strength, support and hope!

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    While comfort is universally important, those affected by childhood cancer have a particular affinity for symbols of comfort. The Good Hood Club creates loungewear products founded on these principles.


    As a club, we aim to work towards a future without the burden of childhood cancer. To date, we have raised $100,000 for childhood cancer initiatives, which fund research, and financial and social support for those affected by childhood cancer.


    We are a club. Together, we champion the childhood cancer community, honouring courage, resilience and strength. We are there for each other to honour, encourage & uplift all those affected by childhood cancer.

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