We support Indigenous women to celebrate health and make a difference in our world.
The creation of a culturally safe and collaborative environment that addresses physical, mental, spiritual and emotional well-being is central to the Wolf Trail (Makoyoh’sokoi).
“Make a Difference”
Means women who self‐activate and support their family, friends and community. It can come in many different forms, from the prevention of personal ill health, to personal growth into positions that may influence the health of others or to contributing to a supportive healthy community.
“In Our World”
In our world reflects our understanding of the interconnectedness of all living creatures and the planet we live on, reflecting Indigenous ways of knowing. We also recognize how rapidly the world is changing and how much more interconnected we have become and will continue to be. Recognizing that when one person’s health changes, this will cascade to impact many others both near and far, and in generations to come. By stating this we acknowledge how the negative impact of colonisation cascaded into intergenerational trauma and severe health inequities for Indigenous peoples.
Our mission is driven by our desire to give Indigenous women the opportunities they need to live healthier and happier lives in a culturally safe environment.
Join us on this journey to better health by getting more actively involved in our activities.
If you are interested in running a program in your community, we are happy to provide more information.
We cannot do this alone. We welcome your generous support and offer volunteer opportunities.
If you are an organization willing to support our efforts to expand our program, please let us know.