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This page is to bring awareness to multiple causes, that are either helping Indigenous communities through positive initiatives and supportive services, or for individuals that need extra support in a time of need. 

Each cause has a link where you can donate to them directly.
We offer our own designed merchandise with up to 100% of proceeds being donated to the 
applicable cause
(specified in details)

We graciously thank you, for choosing to support one of these great causes today! Much love.

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Indian Residential School Survivor Society 

IRSSS provides essential services to Residential School Survivors, their families, and those dealing with Intergenerational traumas. These impacts affect every family and every community across B.C. and Canada. This fact is most evident in the Corrections Canada Services-the numbers of First Nations people incarcerated, Child and Family Services child apprehensions, the high number of people on social assistance, unemployment and underemployed, lower levels of education, the lowest number within an ethnic minority of “determinants of health”, the list of impacts is extremely high while the services available to effectively assist impacts of Residential Schools remain quite low.


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Kidney Warrior Hoodie

Please Support This Family During Time

Canada's Indigenous Hip Hop icon rapper/song writer, Hellnback, is suffering stage 5 kidney failure and is waiting on a Kidney transplant that may take as long as the end of the year, 2021. 

He and his family are raising money any way they can while raising awareness for
kidney failure.

Purchase his merch to show your support! 

100% of proceeds from the items below will be donated to Hellnback's Go-Fund-Me account.

Why We Help

"A kind Gesture Can Reach A Wound That Only Compassion Can Heal"

—  Steve Maraboli

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