Giving Cash Back
Donations to Yellowhead Institute will help us strengthen the impact of our work and develop the next generation of Indigenous leaders.
Here we feature the organizations and campaigns featured in Cash Back. We encourage you to learn more about the important work they are doing and support in the ways that you can.
Toronto Indigenous Harm Reduction (TIHR)
TIHR is a response to the pandemic of ongoing colonization and lack of services for the urban Indigenous population. A grassroots Indigenous-led support system, TIHR is featured in Part Three of Cash Back as an example of an urban Indigenous economy of care.
Pekiwewin camp in Amiskwaciwâskahikan (Edmonton) was established to create a safe and secure community for the city’s houseless. It is led by Indigenous Two-Spirit women and femme folks and working in solidarity with Black, LGBTQ2S. and settler allies. Pekiwewin is featured in Part Three of Cash Back as an example of an urban Indigenous economy of care.
First Nations Caring Society
The Caring Society works to ensure the safety and well-being of First Nations youth and their families through education initiatives, public policy campaigns and providing quality resources to support communities. The organization and their role in the historic human rights complaint on the chronic underfunding of First Nations child welfare services (the Caring Society case) is featured in Part Three of Cash Back as part of the fourth way to get Cash Back, 'Human Rights as a Basis to Dismantle Colonial Fiscal Policy'.