SUPPORT OUR FINAL PROJECTS OF 2020
Join us for our Stories of Hope and help us create more HOPE to remote communities by donating towards our year-end campaign today. Please see our letter below for more information!
Hello Friends of True North Aid,
Throughout Canada, 2020 has been a difficult year for many. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated many disparities for the most vulnerable people, including those living in northern Indigenous communities. However, the pandemic has also brought awareness to these issues and has motivated Canadians to do something – whether it is helping to provide critical supplies through financial giving, collecting important humanitarian supplies, or bringing awareness about these issues in your own communities! In the midst of a challenging and difficult year, incredible people from coast to coast have come together to help ensure the needs of many people, especially the most vulnerable, are met.
Despite the many worries and uncertainties, True North Aid is taking the opportunity to feature some highlights and stories from our work in the north through our “This Is Canada – Stories of Hope” year-end campaign. Throughout the month of December, we will be sharing stories from our donors, project leaders, and our friends serving their communities in the north.
Some of this year’s “Stories of Hope” highlights have included:
However, there are more “Stories of Hope” to be made. These stories include HOPE for winter clothing and shelter from the cold, HOPE to get seniors in Moose Factory through the COVID-19 pandemic with care packages, HOPE for school supplies and PPE supplies to more than 7 communities dealing with outbreaks of the virus, and HOPE to be heard and have their needs addressed.
Lastly, we’d like to thank you for your continued support during this difficult year. We could not have done it without you. Consider joining us and helping build more “Stories of Hope” for northern Indigenous communities as we head into the new year.
How will you be a part of “Stories of Hope”? Afterall, “THIS IS CANADA”.