Spirit Bear Award
Nomination closing date
2019 marks the first year for the Spirit Bear Award. Named in honour of Spirit Bear, who is a symbol of reconciliation and equality for kids, this award will go to a group of young people who demonstrate their collective commitment to reconciliation and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action.
A child and youth panel will select the recipient of the award. The group of young people selected will receive $500 to use as they would like toward their activities or simply to celebrate!
Do you know a group who has been doing work on reconciliation and the TRC Calls to Action?
To nominate them, you will need:
- Complete nomination form (see mailing and online forms below)
- Cover letter explaining how the nominee meets the award criteria
- 2 letters of support
- Other materials that might support the nomination (links to video clips, pictures, etc).
Nominate a group online at: https://fncaringsociety.com/awards/spirit-bear/nominate
Send a completed nomination package to:Spirit Bear Award c/o First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada Suite 401, 309 Cooper Street Ottawa, ON K2P 0G5