Our Supporters Past and Present
We'd like to take a moment to publicly thank those who have donated art, in kind and financially! The list has been growing since 2015.
On March 22, 2022, International Women's Day, Dawn Iehstoseranón:nha and Marleen Murphy were honoured to be invited by Mme Michaëlle Jean to attend a private breakfast with her family, the Mayor of Ottawa, Jim Watson, Councillor Theresa Kavanagh, Council Liaison for Women and Gender Equity.
After breakfast the small group joined the public in a ceremony to present Mme Jean with the 'Key to the City of Ottawa' where she presented her Keynote Address to a national audience.
During her address, Mme Jean commended the work of the Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada and called out the organization, Dawn and Marleen for their work in Truth and Reconciliation at the fist ever National Day of Truth and Reconciliation on Parliament Hill, September 30, 2021.
It was an honour and here is a short clip of that meaningful moment. The full video of that day can be found on City of Ottawa YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/SOSWmOSS-kY
Art For Aid, Colleen Gray
Tewentahawitha Dawn Antone & Sakoieta Widdrick
Emily Fortney Blunt
Belleville Toyota, Mr. Andy Caletti
Colleen Callon Hooker
Professor Keri Cronin, Brock University
DL Stevenson Acrylic Paints & Art Supplies
Jayne & Brian Douglas
Cathy Elliot | Awo’kwejit Hemp Creations
H.O.P.E. School, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory
I&S Crafts and Supplies, Ohswegan, Six Nations of the Grand River
Marian Lawson McDonald | Catholic School Board of Eastern Ontario
Ms. Jamie Miller Theriault
Millside Ceramics, Marleen and Tim Murphy and family
Ann Mitchell, Dreamweaver Basketry, Akwesasne
C M Petrone
Quinte Mall, Belleville and their wonderful shoppers!!
The Vilneff Family
A very special thank you to all of the wildlife rehab centres, hunters that are donating to our 'Feathers for Kids' program!!!
We are thrilled with your support and look forward to years of teaching respect and sustainable hunting practises to our youth!!