True North Aid held its Year-In-Review presenation on Thursday, May 27th, 2021 via Zoom.
It’s the time of year where we at True North Aid provided an update on our finances, held updates about our current projects, highlighted what we’ve been up to the past 12 months and our goals for 2021/2022.
We invite you to watch by clicking here.
Moon Time Sisters has just launched its FOURTH chapter in Manitoba. Led by Janessa Roy, Moon Time Sisters Manitoba will begin collecting menstrual items and raising funds for the shipment to communities it will serve across the province. To donate, go to www.truenorthaid.ca/moon-time-sisters-manitoba.
True North Aid and Good Ally Project were happy to support the Eabametoong First Nation Farm with seeds and gardening supplies for them to grow vegetables over the season.
Because of a kind and generous donation from Soles4Souls in Mississauga, ON, Nisichawayasi Nehetho Ohtinwak Collegiate was able to outfit all of its students with indoor sketchers. Thank you to Nic Campbell and Malcolm Hunter for arranging this for their students!
Beginning their journey in Calgary, Alberta, Karine and Nancy will be cycling across Canada to raise awareness and funds for True North Aid. Karine and Nancy’s passion is health and education and therefore, chose to donate towards the health and education funds. To learn more, click HERE.
Working together with Sarah Martin and her group of wonderful volunteers, Sarah connected with the Inuit community of Arviat, Nunavut to collect of furs to send them. Last month, this shipment of a pallet of furs arrived in the community for them to use to create customized traditional clothing.