We are most grateful to all our funders.
Without them, there would be no circles.


This project is part of the Investment Readiness Program.

News Releases from Our Funders

The Manitoba government is providing $167,000 in funding to support the ongoing operation of Circles for Reconciliation, a Winnipeg-based national charity that facilitates small group gatherings – circles – between Indigenous and non-Indigenous participants that aim to establish and maintain authentic, mutually respectful relationships, Indigenous Reconciliation and Northern Relations Minister Alan Lagimodiere announced today.
“Our government is committed to advancing reconciliation to build trust, affirm historical agreements, address healing, and create a more equitable and inclusive society,” said Lagimodiere. “We are proud to support…

Canada Life and Power Corporation of Canada are pleased to announce a $70,000 contribution to Circles for Reconciliation. The contribution will assist with the project’s national expansion to build meaningful relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people and advance the process of reconciliation into communities across Canada. “Building strong relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous through awareness, knowledge and conversation is exactly what Circles For Reconciliation aims to achieve,” said Jeff Macoun, President and Chief Operating Officer, Canada, Canada Life. “We’re proud to support this important organization and hope many Winnipeggers and Canadians will seek out an opportunity to participate in a…

The increasing support of individual donors is most appreciated,
and a lifeline for us.