Everybody everywhere craves comfort; however, comfort is especially significant to pediatric oncology patients. Childhood cancer patients spend the majority of their lives bound to uncomfortable hospital rooms while being bombarded with heavy-duty, sickening medications. As a result, childhood cancer patients are continually seeking ways to be comfortable.
Co-founders, Eloise and Chloe, are familiar with this struggle. Eloise is a childhood cancer survivor. At only 15-years-old, Eloise was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Although Eloise is nearly six years cancer-free, the journey to survivorship was not easy; Eloise often faced bouts of severe discomfort. As Eloise's best friend, Chloe is aware of this intense struggle. In a quest to help others, Eloise and Chloe launched the Good Hood Club: an affordable loungewear brand with a mission to champion pediatric oncology.
Eloise and Chloe founded Good Hood Club in 2019. Both as students in the Commerce program at Queen's University, Eloise and Chloe sought an opportunity to combine their business acumen with their extreme passion for pediatric oncology. Since then, Good Hood Club has been extremely successful, raising nearly $10,000 for Pediatric Oncology initiatives.
With every purchase, Good Hood Club donates 50% of their profits directly to the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario (POGO), an organization with a mission to provide state-of-the-art cancer care to the thousands of children battling cancer in Ontario.