What We Do

We aim to foster Inuit and Northern Indigenous youth in finding their own positive stories and modes of self-expression, to build healthy relationships with adults and peers, and inspire quiet leadership that builds allies and community through positive thought and actions.

The Arctic Rose Foundation is proud to be a Laureate of the 2019 Arctic Inspiration Prize for our Kamajiit Program 

Learn More:
Messy Book Program
Youth Leadership and Mentor Program
Christmas Food Program
Kamajiit Program

The Arctic Inspiration Prize:  As the largest annual prize in Canada with a focus on the Arctic, the Arctic Inspiration Prize (AIP) encourages, enables and celebrates the inspiring achievements of the people of the North. The AIP recognizes diverse teams and enables their innovative projects in the fields of education, sustainable housing, community economic development, health, performing arts, traditional knowledge, language, and science. Each year, the AIP awards up to $3 million: one $1 million prize, up to four prizes of up to $500,000 each, and up to seven youth prizes of up to $100,000 each.

The AIP is owned and governed by the northern-led AIP Charitable Trust and supported by Indigenous organizations, governments, industry, philanthropy, and many other partners from the North and South, with management support provided by the Rideau Hall Foundation.

Contact Us

200 North Service Road West, Unit 1, Suite 355, Oakville, ON, L6M 2Y1

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The Arctic Rose Foundation is a charitable organization that was created by Susan Aglukark in 2012, and officially designated as a not for profit organization in October 2016.

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