HIP YOUTH-TO-YOUTH FUND
We are committed to ensuring HIP’s Youth-to-Youth Truth & Reconciliation experience is barrier-free for young participants, offering it completely free of charge to those selected. However, to realize our vision and ensure the success of the HIP 2024 event, we are seeking financial support from partners like you. A generous contribution will help us cover various costs associated with organizing the program, including transportation, accommodation, meals, cultural resources, workshops, and facilitator fees.
The Indigenous Peoples Partnerships Cluster (IPCC) & The Rotary Club of Belleville Award Student Bursaries
In 2023, the Indigenous Peoples Partnerships Cluster (IPCC) awarded eight bursaries of $1,000 each to students of Lakehead University, Laurentian..
Written by Danielle Harder, HIP communications committee member Saturday, Sept. 30 marks Canada’s third National Day for Truth and Reconciliation…
By embracing diversity and fostering understanding, we break stereotypes and recognize the contributions of Indigenous and Non-Indigenous communities.
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