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Right To Play Canada – Thursday, June 21st is National Indigenous Peoples Day 2018. It’s a day to celebrate the resilience and strength of Indigenous peoples across Canada. Why not celebrate by donating to Right To Play’s work with children and youth? It’s just one of the ways you can bolster the strength of Indigenous peoples in Canada on this special day.

As a global organization founded in Canada, we are proud partners with over 85 Indigenous communities and organizations across the country. The key to Right To Play’s success is our partnership-based model that trains local mentors to deliver educational games and activities tailored to the needs, culture and context of each community’s children and youth.

Want to know more about how Right To Play helps Indigenous children and youth to build bonds with one another, develop confidence and leadership, and learn skills that will help them throughout their lives?
Watch this documentary our partners at Microsoft Canada made to hear from real community mentors about the changes they’ve witnessed.

More than 5,000 Indigenous children and youth across Canada each year benefit from the life-changing power of play. But there are many more who still need it.

That’s why you can make a difference by donating today! Your gift will help ensure that every child is able to become their best self. And isn’t that something to celebrate?

Lori Smith
National Director
Right To Play Canada
P.S. Not sure how your community is celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day? The Government of Canada has this list of events celebrating the rich history of Indigenous peoples on this continent.