Achieving the Dream Through Education Communities

Indigenous Youth Need Your Support! – Providing indigenous youth with financial assistance to access their dream through education.

When you donate, you are giving more than money. You are providing Matawa youth with the means to realize their full potential and empower them to make life-changing choices that impact them and their community. By creating a bursary, you are offering them access to post-secondary education; when you support a fund, these dollars enhance their learning opportunities. When you provide resources for clothing, computers, sports equipment and art supplies, you are making a difference one student at a time!

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ATDTE is devoted to supporting and improving the lives of Matawa First Nations youth.

Join us and the wonderful team at Englobe on June 13th in Thunder Bay. All proceeds are being donated to Achieving The Dream Through Education and the Eabametoong First Nation loss of school fund.

Join us and the wonderful team at Englobe on June 13th in Thunder Bay. All proceeds are being donated to Achieving The Dream Through Education and the Eabametoong First Nation loss of school fund. ... See MoreSee Less

1 day ago
We are thrilled to announce a generous donation of $480.55 from Operations Serve to the Achieving the Dream through Education initiative in support of the Eabametoong First Nations Loss of School Fund. 

Thanks to this contribution, we will be purchasing a Broomball Gym Kit for the community, enhancing sports and recreation opportunities for the students.

The Lynwood Charlton Centre believes in evidence-based treatment approaches, ensuring children and adolescents receive the best mental health care. Our multidisciplinary team is dedicated to ongoing assessment and monitoring, providing personalized and effective care.

We are thrilled to announce a generous donation of $480.55 from Operations Serve to the Achieving the Dream through Education initiative in support of the Eabametoong First Nations Loss of School Fund.

Thanks to this contribution, we will be purchasing a Broomball Gym Kit for the community, enhancing sports and recreation opportunities for the students.

The Lynwood Charlton Centre believes in evidence-based treatment approaches, ensuring children and adolescents receive the best mental health care. Our multidisciplinary team is dedicated to ongoing assessment and monitoring, providing personalized and effective care.
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3 days ago
Heartbreak struck Eabametoong First Nation in January as they lost their beloved school. However, the resolve to heal and thrive amidst the ashes remains unbroken. Help support to build a brighter future and donate to the future of Eabametoong First Nation youth.
https://www.canadahelps.org/en/dn/98564

Heartbreak struck Eabametoong First Nation in January as they lost their beloved school. However, the resolve to heal and thrive amidst the ashes remains unbroken. Help support to build a brighter future and donate to the future of Eabametoong First Nation youth.
www.canadahelps.org/en/dn/98564
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2 weeks ago
On January 25, 2024, Eabametoong First Nation lost their school to a fire. As one youth shared, “We may not have a school, but we have each other.” we are asking you to help us support their youth.
Donate directly today: https://www.canadahelps.org/en/dn/98564
#eabametoongstrong

On January 25, 2024, Eabametoong First Nation lost their school to a fire. As one youth shared, “We may not have a school, but we have each other.” we are asking you to help us support their youth.
Donate directly today: www.canadahelps.org/en/dn/98564
#eabametoongstrong
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3 weeks ago
Although five of the First Nations Achieving the Dream Through Education support are remote and accessible by air or seasonal winter road, while the others are accessible by road throughout the year. Although each community is autonomous, they collectively support common issues and goals, including education and the importance of advocating for First Nation youth in the pursuit of lifelong learning.
Learn more about what we do: https://achievingthedream.ca/about/

Although five of the First Nations Achieving the Dream Through Education support are remote and accessible by air or seasonal winter road, while the others are accessible by road throughout the year. Although each community is autonomous, they collectively support common issues and goals, including education and the importance of advocating for First Nation youth in the pursuit of lifelong learning.
Learn more about what we do: achievingthedream.ca/about/
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