MOON TIME SISTERS

Helping young women in northern communities access
menstrual products

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HOCKEY EQUIPMENT FOR WEBEQUIE

PROJECT COMPLETE

For many children living in remote communities in Canada, many are unable to afford hockey equipment because of the high cost of living. This year True North Aid was happy to support Webequie First Nation...

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MAAMIIKIWE PROJECT

PART OF OUR #I DIDN’T KNOW 2019 FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN

True North Aid, Hands for Heart and the Indigenous family support programs in Sioux Lookout are collaborating to establish “Maamiikiwe” [maa-mee-ki-way]. Translated from Ojibway this...

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NOVEMBER 2019 HIGHLIGHTS

This holiday season, we hope to engage Canadians who often say to us ” I didn’t know,” to “NOW I KNOW .” As we share the facts, we hope that you will take action and support many important projects we are finishing this year and help us...

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BACKPACKS FOR NAUJAAT, NUNAVUT

FINAL PROJECTS FOR 2019 – I DIDN’T KNOW CAMPAIGN

True North Aid is partnering with Naujaat, Nunavut to send backpacks filled with school supplies to Tunsarvik School. Backpacks and school supplies are often extremely expensive...

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SUPPORTING HOPE – FINAL 2019 PROJECTS

FINAL HOPE PROJECTS FOR 2019

True North Aid is completing 2019 with 4 projects of hope to support the communities of Webequie First Nation (North Western Ontario), Sandy Bay First Nation and LaLoche in Saskatchewan and God’s...

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2019 Year-End Campaign

SUPPORT OUR FINAL PROJECTS OF 2019

Help True North Aid fundraise for its final projects of 2019, representing our health, hope, education, self-determination and reconciliation stones of support. We cannot complete these without your...

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FURNITURE FOR FIRST NATIONS

PHASE ONE COMPLETED – KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR PART 2

True North Aid is working in partnership with Wabaseemoong Independent First Nations (Whitedog FN), Bimose Tribal Council Member First Nations, Ontario Provincial Police...

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OCTOBER 2019 HIGHLIGHTS

“I’ve waited a long time to get this – I feel like I can dance.”

We first met Thomas in June of this year when we visited Eabametoong First Nation for the first time. (more…)

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