Finding Our Power Together is an Indigenous non-profit organization working to support Indigenous youth across Turtle Island to gain access to the resources they seek to achieve their self-determined goals. We work as an interdisciplinary team of Indigenous and allied individuals to develop and facilitate mental health and educational programming to foster positive self-identity and leadership capacities in Indigenous young people to end preventable death and suicide in Indigenous communities.
Find out more about what we do, our story, and how to get involved.
Bring Finding Our Power Together to your community! We offer a variety of culturally based mental health and life promotion programs and services to meet the needs of Indigenous children, youth, and adults. Please get in touch with us if you are interested in customized community programs and services!
We are thrilled to introduce the launch of our microgrant program! We are looking to provide microgrants to Young Leaders who are interested in designing and facilitating a workshop, small youth event or an online event!
We invite Indigenous young women ages 14-30 to join us in building a moon lodge and participating in a full moon ceremony in Six Nations, ON for the Blackberry Full Moon! This ceremony is centred around women, menstruation, and life-giving!
The Sweat Lodge ceremony will be facilitated by Indigenous Traditional Healer and Oshkabewis Greycloud (James Carpenter)! The sweat lodge is an Anishinaabe ceremony that fosters healing, purification, and connection to the spirit world!
We've got some exciting news to share! We now have a new registration process with sign ups for all events and programs in one place! Make an account using the link below to see all our upcoming summer programs! Trust us, you will not want to miss out!
We invite all Young Leaders who are interested in creating and running programs for youth to apply for a microgrant to design and facilitate a workshop, small youth event or an online event!
Here at Finding our Power Together our goal is to support YOU! This is why we are offering one-on-one mentorship to all microgrant recipients. All recipients will be matched with a mentor that will support you on your journey of program design and facilitation!
If you are interested in receiving a microgrant, we would be so grateful if you filled out our proposal below and emailed it to email@example.com!
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