Corpus Christi CWL

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Tru Earth

Tru Earth is a Canadian company that focuses on creating eco-friendly household goods that function the same as - or better  than - traditional products, but without all the plastic and other chemicals that are harmful for the planet. Tru Earth has created eco-friendly laundry strips that pack ultra-concentrated, hypoallergenic, eco-friendly cleaning power into a tiny, pre-measured strip of liquidless laundry detergent. Its low-sudsing formula works in all types of washing machines, including high-efficiency (HE).

Corpus Christi CWL will earn 20% profit on every sale made through our fundraiser. All you need to do is purchase through our link ( and you are supporting our efforts! Please note on subscription purchases, we get paid on your initial purchase only, not on the automated following deliveries.

You can purchase any time you need. All orders have Free Shipping to the purchaser's home anywhere in Canada and the U.S.A.  Every order ships directly to the buyer's home with Free Shipping.

Tru Earth Eco-Strips Laundry Detergent
Ultra-concentrated, convenient, eco-friendly cleaning power in a tiny, pre-measured strip of laundry detergent that you just toss in the wash.

  • No measuring & no mess
  • Zero-waste compostable packaging
  • Works in all washing machines, including HE
  • Dissolves completely in Hot or Cold Water 
  • Paraben-free, phosphate-free, free of chlorine bleach, biodegradable, vegan.
  • Come in unscented or a choice of scents, and a variety of sizes

You can help us by spreading the word! For example, you could share our link with a friend in Toronto or California and when they make a purchase through our link our council will receive a 20% commission on that sale. 


Summer Reading Book Drive

Thank you to everyone who supported our book sale May 14-15, 2022. We sold over 1000 books!

We will let you know when the next one is taking place.


Textile / Clothing Drive

Our next drive will be spring 2023

Please let everyone know to clean out their closets and bring unwanted items to CORPUS CHRISTI PARISH HALL   5931 – 4th Street NW (corner of Thorndale Road and 4th St NW).

We can accept

What types of textiles can you bring for the drive? 

Any type! Clothing, undergarments, bedding, sheets, comforters, blankets, towels, jeans, sweats, curtains / draperies, fabric shower curtains, coats, scarves, sweaters, toques, stuffed toys, slippers, table linens… 

Even boots, shoes, flip flops, handbags, hats, and belts are accepted

If you are bringing pairs (boots, shoes, gloves, mitts, socks) tie them so they stay together.

Please make sure items are clean and dry and securely bagged in clear (see through) plastic bags.

PLEASE NOTE: This is for TEXTILE RECYCLING ONLY – we cannot accept rugs, rags, scraps, uniforms or corporate clothing, carpets, plastic, metals, china, dishes, pots/pans/cutlery, corporate clothing, sample books, pet clothing or beds, hard toys, cardboard, furniture, electronics, suitcases, sports equipment, upholstery, etc.   Do not bring items that are wet, moldy, smelly, oily or paint covered.

We will add more details as plans develop. Subscribe to our site to be notified when more information is added. If you have questions, please


Sewing Machines in good working condition

We have learned of a group that teaches immigrants English while teaching them sewing skills. When they graduate, they are given their own sewing machine. If you have a portable sewing machine in good working condition and would like to give it purpose in a new home, please .


The Linus Project

This project was supported in our parish by deceased member Dora Etty and is now convened by Sandi Doucet. Volunteers knit or sew small blankets which are then donated to MacDonald House or to the Children’s Hospital. Sandi will accept all donated wools/yarns, take them to the knitters, pick up completed blankets and deliver them.

Kindly be advised of this report informing the CWL of the balance of knitting of blankets etc. for the year 2020, and brought to McDonald House for the families with children in need of medical attention at The Childrens Hospital:

Ronald McDonald House Charities Alberta valued this contribution at $1550. The people who knit these items have received letters of thanks from the families involved. We wish to thank the volunteers for their work, and time in helping to make the lives of the recipients of these items a little easier and to bring a little joy to their children.

Respectfully Presented
Sandra Doucet