Relove Toys was founded by us - two friends, Muriel and Anisa. With a total of six kids between us, we initially crossed paths while working in marketing roles at a Montessori school board.

Together, we envisioned crafting something truly magical to revolutionize the Montessori approach by making it accessible to all.

It all started because of a common challenge

Constantly buying toys, tidying up, and either reselling or giving them away felt like running a toy recycling center out of our living rooms! This was a common challenge among most parents we spoke to.

We were seeking an affordable and sustainable solution, but it didn't exist.

So, we decided to create it ourselves!

The toy selection

We partnered with exceptional toy brand manufacturers and Montessori teachers to curate top-quality toys for our toy library.

Where are we now?

Today, Relove Toys is growing exponentially, We serve Canadian families in all provinces.

We are a pride partner of the Breakfast Club of Canada - each purchase on our platform donates one breakfast to a child in need.

Thank you for being part of our journey!

Our why

We strongly believe in the transformative potential of play and in the invaluable quality time that parents and children deserve, unhindered by the stress of toy clutter and storage limitations.

Our mission

We are on a mission to normalize toy sharing, aiming to establish a more sustainable, fair, and empathetic way for children to play. Through this initiative, we aspire to help parents save money, minimize clutter, and reduce waste, fostering a healthier environment for both families and the planet.

Join the toy-swapping revolution!

Did you know?

90% of all the toys are made of plastic.

The toy industry is the most plastic-intensive industry in the world.

80% of all toys end up in landfill, incinerators or the ocean.

Nearly all plastic ever produced still exists — with 91% not being recycled.

By 2050, there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean (by weight).

To learn more, visit Ellen MacArthur Foundation

90% of all the toys are made of plastic.
80% of all toys end up in landfill, incinerators or the ocean.
By 2050, there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean (by weight).

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