Thank you to our Community Donors!

As a non-profit society, we are extremely grateful for the recognition and support our community has to offer. 

Listed below are some of the community entities that have donated to our programs.

If your organization is interested in supporting any of the various programs we run, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us! 

Thank you very much to Arabisk Mediterranean Cuisine for donating 10% of their proceeds during the July long weekend to our Restorative Justice program, in leiu of celebrating Canada Day. 

The proceeds will go towards assisting our clients that are near or experiencing homelessness with bus passes, grocery gift cards, and taxi vouchers.

Arabisk Mediterranean Cuisine is a Lebanese restaurant specializing in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. 

Thank you to Chances Prince Rupert for donating the proceeds of their Found Money fund to our Aboriginal Head Start Preschool. 

The proceeds of this donation will be used to purchase winter jackets, rain boots, and indoor shoes for the children enrolled in our preschool! 


Thank you to Pacific Northern Gas for making a donation towards our organization. 

We greatly appreciate the support towards continuing our progamming! 

 Thank you to Port Authority of Prince Rupert and the Rupert Rampage for donating the proceeds of their raffle on National Truth and Reconciliation Day towards our Aboriginal Head Start Preschool. 

The proceeds of the event will go towards the purchase of books and materials for our kids! 

Thank you to Trigon Terminals for supporting our Cultural Connections program provided through our Restorative Justice Department. 

Their donation will help provide cultural activities, such as traditional food harvesting, drum-making, cedar weaving, regalia making, and more to urban Indigenous people in the community of Prince Rupert. 

Trigon Terminals is owned by AMCI Group, Riverstone Holdings LLC, and the Coast Tshimshian Holdings Partnership through the Lax Kw’alaams Band and Metlakatla First Nation. They are the largest terminal in operation for the Port Authority of Prince Rupert.