OUR PARTNERSHIPS LOCAL- INTERNATIONAL
Building communities seas apart
Since being found, TISP has become an important part of the Indigenous community. We work with the most dedicated and charitable people to help support those who need it most.
Partnerships are one of the up most important ways to ensure we are supporting the community. Without our partnerships, we wouldn't be able to serve the community the way we do now. Having support all around the globe shows the true power & love Indigenous communities have even seas apart!
AVLING SUSTAINABLE LOCAL GROCERY&BREWERY
AVLING aims to create exceptional and experimental beer, food, and experiences that showcase Canadian flavours and locally farmed ingredients. Our beers are as seasonal as the ingredients that go into them, constantly evolving and developing over the course of the year. Partnering with local incentives to create a strong sense of community and lasting connections, allowing for generational sustainability, traditional knowledge, and community support.
BOYS & GIRLS CLUB EAST SCARBOROUGH
BGCES Medicine Garden
TISP is happy to partner with the Boys and Girls Club East Scarborough in creating a community medicine garden in the front of the BGCES building located at 100 Galloway Road, Scarborough. This garden was created to ensure the Indigenous community in the East end have access to traditional medicines and are free to harvest them as needed. This garden is also used an urban teaching space for youth to learn about Indigenous traditions, culture and way of life.
FIRST NATIONS HOUSE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Education and Student Support
First Nations House provides cultural relevant services to Indigenous students to ensure academic success, personal growth, connection to culture and leadership and development. FNH offers learning opportunities for all students to engage with Indigenous communities and beyond. Providing traditional knowledge, teachings, and connection to culture is highly important and partnerships with community organizations ensure's our message meets as many community members as possible.
Custom Indigenous Baked Goods
The Ojibwe Baker was created by a self taught Indigenous baker, who's passion was found through creating beautifully delightful cupcakes and cookies with a modern Indigenous twist. Supporting and giving back to the Indigenous community is highly important and are very close to the heart for this baker. Ensuring to foster connections and create positive change in society.
OUR PARTNERS IN NEW MEXICO
Women's Reproductive rights
Throughout the past few months, The Indigenous Support Project has been able to work with other Indigenous led organizations. Our partnerships with Indigenous Women Rising is one of the most important to us, we love and support all Indigenous peoples and their dreams! Providing Covid Care Bundles to those in need, in remote reservations in Canada, ensuring the safely of those in communities, and providing necessities to those who do not have or have little access to them. As both organizations aim to make impactful changes, a partnership to sustain these changes were needed. Check out IWR’s website and Instagram page for more info!
SPIRAL FARM HOUSE
Traditional Farming from Nepal
Located in Nepal, this farm house focuses on traditional agricultural knowledge, biodiversity, organic farming and sustainable harvesting practices. Spiral Farm House has developed an organic, biodynamic farm. We aim to reintroduce ancestral agriculture practices to restore damaged soils. Our farm succeed in developing a sustainable business model that could benefit other small farmers. We are delighted to share our knowledge and make this available to all for the common good. We are supported by a french accelerator ( The Scale School) to help us replicate our social business to other farmers and develop an organic food cooperative.
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO HART HOUSE FARM
Traditional and cultural lands
Get in touch with nature at Hart House's rural property, the HH team is available remotely to help answer your questions about Hart House Farm. Please note that at this time, Hart House Farm can only be booked for programs and events that have a Hart House staff member onsite. We look forward to hearing from you.
WIISINIDAA -LET'S EAT
A modern twist on Indigenous foods
Wiisinidaa - "Let's Eat" in Ojibwe, was created to emphasize the traditional ways of eating with a modern twist! Wiisinidaa was created to ensure that traditional Indigenous meals are accessible to the public as well as to the Indigenous community at a reasonable price. Wiisinida strongly believes in educating and reclaiming Indigenous traditional ways of sustainable eating practices.