NMFCCC

Community Partners

Our children are our future that’s why when I see people working with our youth, I know we are going to keep our goals alive, our teachings, our knowledge. That’s what’s so amazing. So, if we all keep working as a team, we got this.

Donna Sanoffsky, Wabowden

Photo: Youth ice fishing in Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation 

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Community Partners

Since creation, more than 55 community-led groups have partnered with the NMFCCC. Community partners are responsible to: 

Vision, (plan) and implement local actions to increase community health and strength

Share knowledge and inspire neighbours: Participate in gatherings, shared learning calls, and other network building opportunities

Finances: Use project funds as planned or communicate when financial plans need to be adapted

Collective learning: Share perspectives and learnings with NMFCCC to contribute to collective understanding and systems change

Participate in the peer review process when possible to support effective grant-making and collective (un)learning

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COMMUNITY LED-CHANGE

BRIGHTLIGHTS

VIEW OUR BRIGHTLIGHTS FEATURES. MORE COMMUNITY PARTNERS TO COME IN 2024.

Community-Led Change Brightlights: 1

Growing Healthy Families Cooking Program
Released March 2020

Community-Led Change Brightlights: 2

Helen Betty Osborne Ininiw Education Resource Centre School Garden
Released December 2020

Community-Led Change Brightlights: 3

Country Foods Program
Released January 2021

Community-Led Change Brightlights: 4

Misipawistik Pimatisimēskanaw Land-Based Learning Program
Released March 2021

Community-Led Change Brightlights: 5

Peguis Community Garden Project
Released April 2021

Community-Led Change Brightlights: 6

Barrows Veggie U-Pick and Community Greenhouse
Released December 2023

ARE you interested in becoming a partner?

LET’S CONNECT

Call or email us to discuss how your community or project might be a fit with NMFCCC.