Thank you for your interest in donating to the work of Circles for Reconciliation
Our goal is to create mutual respectful relationships
between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.
Since the first Circle was held in 2017, more than 2,800 people under the guidance of 125 trained volunteer facilitators using our own developed materials have gathered in 780 sharing circles in four provinces across Canada. Our Circles are held with an equal number of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.
Participants sit in a circle providing greater opportunities for consensus and being respectful of traditional Indigenous values and customs with the use of the talking stick. There is no cost for individuals to participate.
Circles for Reconciliation is truly a grassroots organization with just one full time and four part-time paid staff. Our activities have received endorsements and funding from diverse sources acknowledged on this page.
Many individuals are contributing to our work through the donation of time, skills and financial resources. Our need for interim funding in the spring of 2019 was supported by people across the country and our short-term goal was quickly met.
Circles for Reconciliation is partnered with the University of Manitoba which provides support for some administration functions. We are able to make use of their secure servers to receive online donations specifically for our project. You will receive a tax receipt for this charitable donation.
Working toward truth and reconciliation and
equality of opportunity for Indigenous people.
Reconciliation begins with each and every one of us.