A bee suit, a hive, and training equip a farming family with tools needed to harvest honey and generate an income - to help pay for their children's food, medicine, and education.
Give access to clean water! Help drill a well, install a new water pump or build a latrine for a community to reduce the spread of deadly diseases. With a clean water source nearby, children can go to school instead of walking long distances to collect water for their families.
Children caught in concurrent crises such as drought, soaring food prices, and war are in desperate need of reliable, nutritious food to keep them healthy. Provide emergency food for a child living on the brink of famine.
By reading books from Indigenous authors and illustrators, Indigenous children can embrace their heritage and find acceptance, particularly in remote communities where resources may be limited. You can give a child the gift of books that represent them, their stories, and their communities.
Antibiotics, rehydration salts, zinc, malaria medicines, and vaccines for diseases such as measles, polio, and tetanus, paired with training for health workers and parents, provide children under the age of five with life-saving protection.
Lunch provided at school is sometimes the only meal a child receives each day. Provide a month of school lunches for two children so they can focus on learning and not their hungry bellies.
The increasing number of climate emergencies, like extreme weather, flooding, and forest fires, regularly force entire Indigenous communities in northern Canada to be evacuated. Provide an emergency backpack that contains a hygiene kit, ID bracelet, flashlight, toy, notebook and pen, along with emergency training to keep a child safe.
The Healing Through the Arts program provides kits with creative supplies, such as paints, pencils, charcoal and sewing materials, along with emotional and cultural support to assist Indigenous children in strengthening mental resilience and interpersonal abilities while celebrating and revitalizing their cultural identity.
A hygiene kit is loaded with basics like soap, hand sanitizer, toothpaste and toothbrushes, shampoo, diapers, feminine hygiene products, and washing powder. Bring relief and restore dignity to a child who has lost everything when fleeing conflict or climate emergency.
Chicks grow into productive egg-layers, providing protein-rich eggs to feed a child. Extra eggs can be sold to cover health and living essentials.
A Clean Water Kit — including soap, a bucket, and water-purifying tablets — helps to maintain hygiene and health. This can be a literal lifesaver for a child displaced by conflict or overwhelmed by climate disasters.