"I am carrying Naloxone"

Here at the club, we are incredibly passionate about our community. One thing we want to dedicate our skills and time to is education, awareness and action around issues that affect our community. 

The first issue we're looking at is harm reduction and the use of naloxone in our city. 

We are looking to normalize the idea of carrying around naloxone, and destigmatize drug use and overdose prevention. 

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And we'll send it straight to you!

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International: 5-20 days

Or find it...

at one of our fav local spots!


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If you own a business and would like us to bring some by, please send us an email!


ZINE #1:


Our first zine is finally here! It goes through 6 steps to design a marketing strategy for your small business. This how-to includes tips and case studies to guide your through the basics of marketing your business. 

Who is this zine for?

- Budding entrepreneurs

- Small business owners

- Up-and-coming marketing students

- Anyone with a hobby or craft looking to expand into a business

- Online store owners

- Community organizers

- Non-profit organizations

- Anyone curious about marketing!

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Physical copy

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Canada: $2.50

USA: $5

International: $7

And please make a donation of any amount to one of the organizations listed below, or one that matters to you in your local area! No need to send us proof, we trust you!

Shipping times vary, please be patient!

Canada: 1-5 days

USA: 3-10 days

International: 5-20 days

Digital copy

Simply make a donation of any amount to one of the organizations listed below, or one that matters to you in your local area! No need to send us proof, we trust you!

And then you can download the PDF:





Here are just some of the fantastic local organization you could donate to! You can donate what ever amount you have, or if donating money isn't an option, you could even donate your time by volunteering!


CIWA CAlgary

CIWA is a culturally diverse settlement agency that recognizes, responds to, and focuses on the unique concerns and needs of immigrant and refugee women, girls and their families.


Calgary Alpha House Society is a non-profit, charitable agency that provides safe and caring environments for individuals whose lives are affected by alcohol and other drug dependencies. They also operate the DOAP team!


The Calgary Black Empowerment Fund was created to affect long-term positive change in the Black community through fundraising and local organizing.


The Calgary Women's Centre offer women opportunities to both receive and provide support, Connect with Others and build community through a variety of programs. 41% of the women who access their services and volunteer their time are living in poverty.


The Alex serves a community with complex health needs, often the result of issues such as poverty, trauma, homelessness, or addiction. At The Alex whole health is the goal – and you can’t be healthy if you are hungry, isolated, or experiencing mental health struggles.


The Aboriginal Friendship Centre of Calgary is a non-profit organization with a mandate to provide social, cultural, education and employment services to the Aboriginal peoples within the Calgary Metropolitan area. 


The Calgary Dream Centre battles hopelessness. Through professional programming and compassionate outreach, they empower Calgarians to overcome the struggles of homelessness and addiction.

Stardale Women's Centre's mission is to provide life skills, literacy and advocacy to Indigenous girls living in poverty, and other challenging circumstances, with the aim of helping them to overcome systemic barriers.


Take a peek!

Learn something new :)

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The Bread & Butter Club is based in Calgary, AB.

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We want to acknowledge that the Bread & Butter Club exists and operates on Moh'kinsstis and the traditional Treaty 7 territory and the Blackfoot Confederacy: Siksika, Kainai, Piikani, as well as the Îyâxe Nakoda and Tsuut'ina Nations. We acknowledge that this territory is the home to Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3 within the historical northwest Métis homeland.


We also want to be accountable for our passive participation of the colonial practices that have been exercised both historically and contemporarily. We are guests on this land, and accept our title as unwelcome settlers.

We hope that we can get to a point with the Club where we are able to make consistent and meaningful financial reparations back to nations in Treaty 7, we want to prioritize indigenous sovereignty and power, and understand that as settlers we hinder and prevent this. 

We are not just acknowledging our living on this land, but our role as colonialist and destroyers in the story of the indigenous nations of treaty 7 and indigenous communities over Turtle Island as a whole. 

- Shanley & Molly, co-leaders at the Bread & Butter Club