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In partnership with Rollup Solutions in London, Ontario, True North Aid delivered 31 pallets of wheelchairs and walkers to 15 communities in northwestern Ontario as part of KO Chiefs and the Independent First Nations Alliance.
The Good Ally Project is launching the Rez Reads Initiative to purchase books throughout the month of February to support Eabametoong First Nations. Please visit: http://ow.ly/tb3450DFWYO
The Bag to Bannock Project, in partnership with Gardewine North and Prairie Flour Mill sent 17 pallets of flour to remote communities challenged with food insecurity in four provinces and one territory within the month of February. That’s 850 bags of 20kg flour which equals to 18 tons!
Through the generosity of Amazon customers and the Delivering Smiles program we were able to send many pallets of critical care items to young moms and infants in Garden Hill First and Sioux Lookout through our Maamiikiwe project.
Our On The Land Project launched in the community of Nelson House, MB to support local students through the Country Foods Program where they learn traditional food techniques and provide traditional food from local hunters for those in need.
Friends of the North Misiway and True North Aid funded $10,000 to purchase food cards from the Northern Store to support seniors and their families in December.
Our Warm Hands, Warm Hearts initiative in partnership with Sew On Fire Ministries supported several communities with winter clothing, school supplies and much more in both Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
In Partnership with Blue Mountain Resorts in Collingwood ON & Gardewine Transport, The communities of Tuktoyatuk and Inuvik in the NWT received brand-new winter clothing and jackets donated by Blue Mountain Resorts.
Many youth in the communities of Coles Bay, Jans Bay and Ministikiwan received gifts through our Northern Presents program just before Christmas. Special thanks to Giant Tiger Meadow Lake for the generous discounts.
Attawapiskat First Nation received a large shipment of PPE & blankets to support their elders and family well-being programs, local shelter and healing lodge. Thanks to the Langlois family for organizing the collection and shipment.
Northern Supplies for Success recently shipped three pallets of clothing and school supplies to the remote community of Wollastan Lake SK. Thank you to Hazel and her team for organizing this shipment.