If you are ready to help make a difference to the lives of Inuit and Indigenous children and youth in the North, please donate today.
Follow the link to our Canada Helps donation page to make a secure donation.
By donating, you will help to address and alleviate conditions faced by Inuit and Indigenous youth in the North who face structural inequities and barriers including limited access to mental wellness services, health care, education, appropriate housing, healthy food, water, and safe spaces.
Arts-based and culturally-specific after-school programs are a key area of focus for the Arctic Rose Foundation. Your donation will go towards supporting the following:
- Messy Book Art Journals
- Art supplies
- After-school employment
- Leadership and mentoring opportunities
- Graduation gown donations
- Music programs
- Poverty alleviation
- Food donations
- Literacy development
- Bringing Arctic Rose Foundation programs to more communities in the North
200 North Service Road West, Unit 1, Suite 355, Oakville, ON, L6M 2Y1
The Arctic Rose Foundation is a charitable organization that grew out of the Arctic Rose Project, started by Inuk singer-songwriter Susan Aglukark in 2012. Officially designated as a registered charity in 2016, and incorporated in 2020, the Arctic Rose Foundation works to support Northern Inuit, First Nations and Métis youth through the creation of Indigenous-led, arts-based after school programs, and other engaging cultural and creative projects.