About

Our work originally began in 2016 and came to fruition as we were registered as a society in October 2020 with co-founders Annita McPhee and Dr. Cheryl Matthew. The group came together as a volunteer collective to make communities safer in British Columbia for Indigenous, women, girls, boys, families and LGBTQ2S+ . All the members have experience working with Indigenous people and communities, the public service, and addressing issues of violence prevention and lateral kindness.

We believe all women can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.

 

Our Mission

To make communities in British Columbia safer for Indigenous, women, girls, boys, families and LGBTQ2S+

Image by Kea Mowat
Image by Boston Public Library

Our Vision

To work in Indigenous communities to end violence against Indigenous, women, girls, boys, families and LGBTQ2S+ through advocacy, policy, research and action through pragmatic solutions and with the grounding of our Indigenous teachings.

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