We rely upon and appreciate on-going donations and in kind support for gatherings, events and workshops for Indigenous adoptees and adult foster care survivors.
Your support is greatly appreciated.
Now in existence for over three years, the National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network continues to raise its voice for the community of adoptee and foster care survivors.
In order to meet our mission and continue to host meetings, rallies and gatherings, we rely on the generosity of individuals, businesses and organizations for support. Without assistance of community-minded individuals like you, we wouldn’t be able to serve those in our community.
We are expecting a large number of adoptees/foster care participants in our 2017 activities including our fall gathering where we will offer access to spiritual, physical and mental health tools such as the presence of Elders, sweat lodges, health workshops, sharing circles, art workshops and more.
Will you help?