HOPE

sharing the burden and lifting the load

 

“Nobody cares what you know till they know that you care”. There is a profound lack of hope found within northern communities in Canada. Lack of hope leads to a lack of purpose and despair and results in poverty leading to self harm and many negative impacts. Everyone needs hope to survive and True North Aid seeks to provide any measure of hope we can through various hope projects & initiatives to simply demonstrate that we haven’t forgotten our First Peoples and opens the door to relationship, dialogue, trust and understanding.

BIKES FOR KIIZHIK SCHOOL

PROJECT COMPLETE With the support of True North Aid, Gaagagekiizhik School is looking to purchase 30 bicycles for their elementary school students. Bicycles provide an
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THE MONTREAL LAKE PROJECT

PROJECT COMPLETE! In Partnership with Honouring Indigenous Peoples, Indigenous Services Canada, ISWO, Trucks for Change, Kriska Transport and other organizations, True North Aid is collecting
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NORTHERN PRESENTS

ONGOING PROJECT In 2017, True North Aid launched its Northern Presents project in partnership with St. Benedict’s Elementary School in Milton ON. This partnership came
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SOCKS FOR FIRST NATIONS

PROJECT COMPLETE In April 2018, True North Aid sent 12,000 pairs of socks to help First Nation Communities in Saskatchewan and Alberta. Communities receiving help
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Big Steel Box

PROJECT COMPLETE In partnership with BigSteelBox, True North Aid purchased a large 20′ steel container. Help us fill it with aid supplies (clothes, toiletries, dried
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