Aboriginal Head Start
Thunder Bay Aboriginal Head Start provides holistic programming designed for children ages 2-6 years of age. Preschool children are enrolled in the alternating full-day program based on specific criteria and documents.Read More
Biwaase’aa has a goal to increase the life skills of Indigenous children, youth and their families through strategies of academic improvement, emotional development, cultural awareness and nutritional support.Read More
Pathways Thunder Bay
Pathways Thunder Bay is a unique community-based program designed to increase Indigenous high school graduation rates by offering strategic programs, financial incentives and advocacy.Read More
Shkoday is a community-based organization helping Indigenous children create a brighter future. The organization ignites the spirit within to support families, children and youth on their journey to a well-balanced life.
Through holistic and cultural programming, Shkoday is passionate about connecting families to their community, culture and inspiring role models. This sparks a sense of belonging and nurtures the identity and spiritual fire in every child, youth and family member. Shkoday’s knowledgeable, warm and caring staff share and carry on love, skills, language and knowledge, to encourage and facilitate cultural education and programming for children, youth and families.
FUNDRAISING EVENT IN SUPPORT OF SHKODAY’S BIWAASE’AA PROGRAM EXPANSION
“FOR LOVE” FILM SCREENING IN THUNDER BAY – NOVEMBER 10, 2021
Featured Urban Indigenous Vaccination Q&A Panel
ONWA in partnership with Dilico, Anishnawbe Mushkiki, Shkoday and Matawa…