Niagara Chapter - Native Women Inc.

International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

November 25th, 2021

Flag raising of No More Stolen Sisters and End Gender-Based Violence flags at Niagara Regional Headquarters, November 25th, 2021, with Regional Chair Jim Bradley, NCNW Executive Director Wendy Sturgeon,  Regional CAO Ron Tripp, Community Safety & Wellbeing Michelle Johnston, and Regional Councillor Tim Rigby.

 

marking the beginning of

16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

November 25th to December 10th, 2021

Join us virtually, Wednesday, December 8th, 2021, 10:00 am to 11:30 am to learn more with presenters Collin Graham & friends, and ONWA.

Register by email at: info.ncnw@gmail.com by Friday, December 3rd, 2021.

Learn more about ONWA’s Grandmother Earth Dress:

She honours and acknowledges Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirited People.”

 

We are Back In The Office on rotation basis!

 NCNW services will continue remotely as well.

Thank you to all the Health Care professionals and volunteers working to keep the community safe at this time.

For information regarding 3rd dose vaccinations and updates about the COVID-19 virus, please click here.

 


 

Niagara Chapter – Native Women Inc. (ncnw.net) is an autonomous provincial Chapter of the Ontario Native Women’s Association, which is affiliated with the Native Women’s Association of Canada. The NCNW encourages Native/Indigenous Women to become active participants in society while remembering and honouring our unique cultural and spiritual beliefs. Our organization is here to offer a friendly connecting place and to support Native/Indigenous women and their families through access to culturally relevant services and programs. Current initiatives include a strong interface with education, justice, health, and child welfare issues from infancy to beyond middle age. Our organization is built on the dedication of our members and volunteers. 

The Chapter receives no core or ongoing funding. We are fully owned and operated by Native/Indigenous women from our community. Niagara Chapter – Native Women Inc. is a fully registered not-for-profit charitable organization and became officially incorporated in 1983. We welcome your donations to help us continue providing programs and services for our people, and to assist in our growth through volunteerism to continue these much-needed provisions.

New members are always welcome! Click here for our membership form. To stay updated with our work, sign up for our newsletter here.

 


 

 

 


 

You can help with our work!

We are not a “core-funded” organization and do all of our own fundraising. We are a fully registered charity with Revenue Canada. If you wish to donate directly to us, 100% of your donation goes directly into our work and stays in Niagara! Alternatively, Canadahelps.org is an online donation service that retains 4% of all donations for administrative costs. 

 

We appreciate all online donations – DONATE now!

 

 


 

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