4Rs Youth Movement

About us The 4Rs Youth Movement began as a seed of an idea after the Truth and Reconciliation Commission began its work in 2014. Indigenous youth quickly assumed leadership and identified their goal: youth-led opportunities for solidarity building across the diversity of young people in so-called canada, including Indigenous, settler, refugee, and migrant folx.  4Rs […]

Anishnawbe Health Foundation

About us The origin story of Anishnawbe Health Toronto begins with Elder Joseph Sylvester’s vision of an Indigenous-led healthcare service in the City of Toronto. As lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples, today, Toronto is home to nearly 90,000 Indigenous peoples. In the mid-1980s, […]

Kw’umut Lelum Foundation

About us As one of only a few Indigenous-led community foundations across the lands called canada, Kw’umut Lelum Foundation (KLF) is deeply committed to embedding Coast Salish protocol into its granting.  KLF emerged through a collaboration between nine Coast Salish member nations from the Malahat to Qualicum. “These nations have been working together and governing […]

Keepers of the Water

About us “Keepers of the Water’s work is really about being in our communities and living our way of life as we were intended to live,” describes Executive Director, Jesse Cardinal. “Living on the land, eating the foods that make us healthy. We need to have animals, we need to have fish, we need to […]