THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

Bonheur Timepieces are conceived with a dream of making a difference. We started early to build relationships with people that had the experience, knowledge and passion to change the world.

We decided to partner with five registered charities that we felt were in line with our hearts. That ideology gave birth to #bonheur5stars. Every watch sold empowers five registered charities: to feed a hungry child, assist women in crisis, save an animal, plant a tree and provide clean drinking water.  We share our profits based on our online sales. Bold dreams today are happy realities of tomorrow. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!

1. PLAN CANADA

Plan is a global movement for change, mobilizing millions of people around the world to support social justice for children in developing countries. Founded in 1937, we are one of the world’s oldest and largest international development agencies, working in partnership with millions of people around the world to end global poverty. Not for profit, independent and inclusive of all faiths and cultures, we have only one agenda: to improve the lives of children.

Plan works in 72 countries around the globe, including 52 developing countries across Africa, Asia and the Americas. We give children, families and communities the tools they need to break the cycle of poverty and begin the cycle of progress by creating sustainable solutions for improving their own lives.

We are also the organization behind Because I am a Girl, a global initiative to end gender inequality, promote girls’ rights and lift millions of girls – and everyone around them – out of poverty

2. SAMARITAN'S PURSE

Samaritan’s Purse is a Christian relief and development organization that takes its name from Jesus Christ’s story in the Bible of the Good Samaritan. In Luke 10, Jesus tells of a man from Samaria who finds a Jewish man robbed and beaten at the side of the road, in desperate need of help. 

Like that Good Samaritan, Samaritan’s Purse provides aid to hurting people—victims of war, disease, disaster, poverty, famine, and persecution. We do it regardless of their religious faith, race, gender, or socio-economic standing. We usually partner with local churches, just as the Good Samaritan partnered with the innkeeper. And we continue to nurture that partnership, and monitor the effectiveness of our work, just as the Samaritan arranged with the innkeeper.

Samaritan’s Purse Canada has been doing essential relief and development work in Jesus’ Name all around the world since 1973.

Our Emergency Disaster Relief programs provide urgently needed assistance including food, water, and temporary shelter. We meet critical needs and give people a chance to rebuild their lives here in Canada and around the world.

Through Community Development and Vocational Programs, we help people break the cycle of poverty and exploitation—giving them hope for a better tomorrow. Through education, shelter, and long-term care projects, we provide help and joy to vulnerable children.

We also reach out to children through our annual Operation Christmas Child program that collects gift-filled shoeboxes from caring donors and distributes them to struggling kids in the developing world. The program has brought joy—and a powerful message of hope—to more than 103 million children so far.

Through our Medical Projects, we provide quality health care in the name of the Great Physician (a description often used for Jesus). We also send medical and dental personnel to help in countries worldwide. And through our Teams program, we give servant-minded Canadians the opportunity to work alongside Samaritan's Purse on a Mission, Relief or Youth Team.

Through our Water Projects, we are providing life-saving clean water and essential health and hygiene training to hundreds of thousands of people in the developing world.

All of this much-needed effort enables us to be modern-day Good Samaritans—and often earns us opportunities to achieve our ultimate goal, which is to share our faith in Jesus. We hope you will join us in this exciting work


3. INTERVAL HOUSE

We envision a world without violence against women. As the first center for abused women and children in Canada, we are leaders in the campaign for women’s empowerment, providing innovative, specialized services that help abused women and their children transform their lives and break the cycle of violence.

Interval House provides a continuum of services and a holistic approach to help women and children escape violence and rebuild their lives. We don’t just heal wounds behind locked doors, we nurture families from crisis intervention to re-integration into the workforce and the community with programs providing emotional support, practical help and life skills

4. SPCA & HUMANE SOCIETY

Through its province-wide network of 50 plus Communities, the Ontario SPCA (Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) is one of the largest, most responsive animal welfare organizations in the country, providing care and shelter for tens of thousands of animals every year.

As a non-profit charitable organization, the Ontario SPCA is unique amongst animal welfare organizations in Ontario: the Ontario SPCA Act mandates the Society to enforce animal cruelty laws and provides Ontario SPCA Community investigators with police powers to do so.

For over a century the Ontario SPCA has provided province-wide leadership on matters relating to the prevention of cruelty to animals and the promotion of animal welfare, and worked with its Communities to encourage humane and suitable animal care; call attention to unacceptable practices that harm animals; investigate cruelty complaints; carry out rescues; bring perpetrators of cruelty to court; advocate for humane laws; and provide care to all animals in need.

The Society's programs and services include: Cruelty Investigations, Rescue & Relief Services, Emergency Rescue and Treatment, Sheltering and Adoptions, Government and Industry Advocacy, Humane Education, Spay/Neuter Services, Reuniting Lost Pets with their Owners

These are exciting times for the Ontario SPCA and all people who care about animals. As animal welfare issues take a greater place in the consciousness of our communities and legislatures, the Society's opportunities to effect meaningful change - and yours - increase dramatically. Working together we can make a difference in the lives of countless animals in need.

5. PLANT A BILLION TREES

Forests are facing a perfect storm of threats. Infestations of diseases and invasive pests like the Emerald Ash Borer are killing tens of thousands of acres of trees nationally. Increased development is splitting once-vast forests into small fragments, and a history of suppressing natural fires has created unhealthy stands of forests. Additionally, climate change is altering the size and growth patterns of forests.

 Forests Naturally filter air. Forests are the lungs of the Earth: they absorb and filter toxins from the air and produce clean oxygen for all life to breathe.

Forests Regulate the Global Climate. Forests hold vast amounts of carbon dioxide and act as a cooling system for the Earth; they stabilize the global climate and fight climate change. Forests are essential to the livelihood and cultures of people around the world, and are home to 80 percent of the Earth’s land-based plants and animals. One gift can plant roots for tomorrow. Your donation can turn the tide of deforestation and plant the roots for tomorrow.  You’ll do more than put a seed in the ground — you’ll make sure these forests can survive for future generations.  This year, help us raise $123 million for the Plant A Billion Trees campaign.