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
Providing funding to Aboriginal youth arts, sports, and healthcare programs in Ontario.
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Making Dreams Come True
Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation
The Foundation is designated to provide support and address situations unique to the First Nations community.
By supplying grants to individuals with a goal of developing youth as future Ontario First Nations community leaders, the Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation helps to build a brighter future. We do this with grants available in the areas of Education, Arts and Culture, Sports and Recreation and Health and Medical to foster innovation, creativity, vitality and knowledge within our communities.
Building Brighter Futures
Their Success Is Our Success
The many successes of our youth in various communities are what keep the Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation going.
For Families And Communities
Helping Youth And Their Families Achieve More
"I saved up all of my allowance and donated it back to Dreamcatcher so they can help other kids like me."
From The Past To The Future
Relive Our Greatest Moments
From our Awards ceremonies, to heartfelt celebrity mentions, these moments provide insight into the impact we've had.
Take a look back at some fond memories from the 2013 Dreamcatcher Gala.
Join actor Adam Beach as he talks about the Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation.