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  • Helping to develop youth in Aboriginal communities.
  • Developing leadership skills in Aboriginal youth in Ontario.

Reporting Requirements

Once you have been approved for funding by the Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation, you will be required to complete some very important reporting requirements that you may reference on this page.

This reporting is mandatory for each applicant and is requested to be handed in 1 month after the applicant has received the funding.

Step 1: Community Service

Each recipient is required to do a minimum of 4 hours of volunteer work to give back to the community. To report your community service hours, please download and complete the form below.

Download The Community Service Report Form

Step 2: Acknowledgement

We'd love to see a thank you back to the Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation after you receive your funding. This can be in the form of a card, photo, newspaper entry, newsletter, or even a social media posting pertaining to your volunteering in the community and participating in your event or project.

Note: If posting to social media, the office must be informed

Step 3: Written Report

After the event, put together a one-page report for us to let us know how the event went for you. We're especially interested in what you liked about the event we helped you attend, or highlights of the event like awards, or reaching milestones.

  • "Thank you so much Dreamcatcher. Vet school would not have been possible without your help. I cannot thank you enough."
    Dreamcatcher Funding Recipient

Their Success Is Our Success

Our goal is to help youth achieve their dreams, supporting them in the educational and cultural pursuits, allowing them to become leaders in their communities. The stories of their successes are what drive us to continue helping to make their dreams come true.

Spreading The Love Of Dance

Spreading The Love Of Dance

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

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Helping One Of Hockey Canada's Teen Players

Helping One Of Hockey Canada's Teen Players

The Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation helped Kelly Babstock and her family realized one of Kelly's dreams, as she was selected to play hockey for Team Canada.

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Kaiya's Gift Scores Big with Hockey Team

Kaiya's Gift Scores Big with Hockey Team

A few months ago we brought you the touching story of how Kaiya Maracle donated all her birthday money to the Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation.

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