Our project headquarters are located on Treaty 4 territory, the traditional lands of the nêhiyawak, Anihšināpēk, Dakota, Nakoda, Lakota, and the homeland of the Métis/Michif Nation.
We are committed to moving forward in the spirit of truth, reconciliation and collaboration.
Our mission is to support three pillars.
WOMEN - to ignite hope and mobilize HER potential for impact.
Building reciprocal relationship bridges through business and philanthropic partnerships that offer interconnectivity with Indigenous and non-Indigenous women’s groups to share wisdom, witness HER story.
Asking HER what she is ready for next. She is the future. She is our ALL OF OUR daughters.
WISDOM - to advance education thru real-life, real-time, experiential programs.
This involves the training of the mind, advancing knowledge, honing abilities, raising the artistic taste of the community and remembering the wisdom of the memory keepers
~ and clan mothers through gathering and ceremony.
Co-creating and collaborating to convene live, in-person conferences and virtual, online events for Indigenous and non-Indigenous women and girls to gather and share.
WATER - to preserve, protect and respect Mother Earth's sacred resource.
Shockingly, there are at least 49 “high risk” aboriginal communities in Canada with little access to clean water, and more than 100 facing “boil water” advisories. First Nations homes are 90 per cent more likely to be without running water than the homes of other Canadians.
Project: PowHER Play stands with our indigenous SISTERS
in their struggles for access to clean, safe water.
As a gratitude gift, you will receive
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