Friends & Allies

New models will come when donors come to the table as true partners with Indigenous Peoples – not in transactions where Indigenous Peoples are funded to implement the donor’s agenda but in relationships where Indigenous Peoples are funded to design and deliver the project. Those institutions willing to approach these challenges with a sense of humility and a curiosity about those whose lives differ radically from their own can be the bridges to a healthier, truly sustainable future. Embracing a new philanthropic paradigm in which Indigenous Peoples are full programme participants rather than merely the recipients of assistance will profoundly change their lives – and ours.”

– Rebecca Adamson, Founder and Past President of

To date, the following companies and organizations have listened to and supported Clan Mothers’ Indigenous-led solutions by providing or donating funding, goods, services, and expertise. They clearly understand the capacity of Indigenous peoples to develop through the resurgence of their own culture, systems of governance, and self-determination. As a result of their support, this project will change the pathway forward, improving the lives of Indigenous communities from nation to nation. It will also provide an innovative model of healing and social innovation.

Miigwetch to the following supporters:

Assiniboine Credit Union
Canada Helps
Catholic Health Corporation of Manitoba (CHAM)
CESO-SACO | Canadian Executive Service Organization
Coady International Institute at St. Francis Xavier University
Deschenes Regnier
Dillon Consulting
Gold Corp
Government of Ontario
KGS Engineering
Landmark Planning
Lush Cosmetics
McGowan Russell Group
MNP – Winnipeg Offices
Narratives Inc.
Order Sons and Daughters of Italy
PCL Construction
Prairie Architects Inc.
Province of Manitoba – Tracia’s Trust
Public Interest Law Centre
Public Safety Canada
Satya Organics
Spark – Connections for Communities
Tech Soup Canada
The Kenny Family Foundation
The McConnell Foundation
The Winnipeg Foundation
United Way Winnipeg
Woven Collaborative