Elliott had a passion for dance and he called upon The Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation so that he could help non-Aboriginal kids learn how to dance
Safe Water for First Nations
We need your help to end the water struggles in indigenous communities across Canada. While Canada’s water quality is ranked among the best in the world, First Nations across the country struggle to access a safe supply. Amplify the voice of First Nations by signing our petition and let the Canadian Government know First Nations ‘Right to Water’ can no longer be ignored.
The Dirty Truth
A child dies every 20 seconds to a waterborne sickness.
73% of First Nations water systems are at high or medium risk of contamination.
Healthy 6 Nations & The Dreamcatcher Foundation are working together to evoke recognition and support from the Canadian Government and Party Leaders to partner and distribute Healthy6Nations water filtration systems to Indigenous Reservations across Canada. While we wait for the government’s long term solution to the problem, we can end boil alerts on First Nations territories today using our filtration systems.
The 'Right to Water'
The ‘right to water’ is recognized by the United Nations. It entitles every person, without discrimination, access to safe, sufficient, physically accessible and affordable water. In Canada, while our water quality is ranked among the best in the world, First Nations across the country struggle to access a safe supply.
Listen to Our Story
Join us as we raise awareness to the world using the hashtag #IHadNoIdea with hopes to bring clean drinking water solutions to First Nations across the land.
Follow and share our story on social media or contact us to get involved.
"The issue of clean drinking water cannot be addressed in isolation; rather, sustainable solutions will be found through recognizing the historical and present context in which drinking water has become a crisis.”
– David Suzuki Foundation
Their Success Is Our Success
Our goal is to help youth achieve their dreams, supporting them in their educational and cultural pursuits, allowing them to become leaders in their communities. The stories of their successes are what drives us to continue helping to make their dreams come true.