We are committed to serving

northern
communities

in Canada with practical
humanitarian support

truth and reconciliation, abenaki artitst

Artwork by Mance Granberg, an Abenaki artist living in Kingston, Ontario.

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is September 30th

On September 30th, we honour the children, families and communities affected by residential schools. We remember those who did not return home. True North Aid recommits to Truth and Reconciliation by supporting Indigenous self-determination through practical humanitarian support. The ongoing humanitarian support True North Aid commits to is a direct result of the tragic legacy of residential schools, resulting in the socio-economic inequities experienced by Indigenous communities across Canada.


Self-Determination and Relationship-Building are Key

As a Canadian registered charity, our mandate is to provide practical humanitarian assistance through our core programs. These programs are built upon self-determination efforts and community champions who seek ways to enrich and empower their communities.

“True North Aid, True Angels! I never knew there was something so incredible for our community… This made our HCC speechless knowing that there are other organizations out there that care and want what we want for our elders and children. I think everything your organization does for so many shows how much compassion and respect you represent.”

Stephanie, Personal Support Worker for Keewaytinook Okimakanak Council

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