ALL NATIONS HEALING LODGE FUNDRAISER

What is GivingTuesday

GivingTuesday is the world’s largest

generosity movement. Whether it’s

making someone smile, helping a stranger,

or giving to those who need our help, every

act of generosity counts, and everyone has something to give. Learn more about GivingTuesday by clicking here.

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The All Nations Healing Lodge (ANHL) is an under-construction Indigenous-based drug and alcohol treatment facility located in Kamloops, BC. The treatment program will incorporate Indigenous modalities and frameworks to guide the general direction of activities. These include, but are not limited to, the Seven Grandfather Teachings of the Anishinaabe. To learn more about the facility & click here.

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7 Grandfathers Teachings

The Seven Grandfather Teachings are the principles of character that each Anishinaabe should live by. Love, Respect, Bravery, Truth, Honesty, Humility & Wisdom. To learn more about the teachings, click here.

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All Nations Healing House

Donate Today!

You can help change a life by donating to our All Nations Healing House, where clients will get access to the help they need to overcome their addiction. Your donation big or small is appreciated. Donate by clicking here.

Get Social

Follow us on our social media accounts to get the latest updates on this campaign. Use the hashtags: #Thisisugts and #GivingTuesday to join the discussion on Twitter, IG, and Facebook. Make sure to tag @uniquegettogethersociety & @givingtuesdayca on Facebook and @ugts.ca on Instagram.

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Secure your Tickets 

Join us at the upcoming All Nations Healing House Gala on December 16th. 

The event is a Gala dinner and dance.

There will be live music, a Dj, and performances. There will be a lot of giveaways a silent auction and a 50/50 raffle. Get your tickets here! 

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WE ARE DEDICATED
TO EMPOWERING
INDIGENOUS AND ALL MARGINALIZED COMMUNITIES THROUGH SUPPO
RT PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES.

UNIQUE GET TOGETHER SOCIETY
AT A GLANCE

We are here for you.  No matter what age, race, religion, or gender, all are welcome!  We advocate for the underserved, marginalized individuals and families in our communities.  We stand with you; we will always fight racial and social inequalities for our BIPOC community.  

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

UGTS operates on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples. sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) nations, as well as the Semiahmoo, Stó:lō, Secwepemc, Kwantlen, Katzie and Kwikwetlem First Nations.

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OUR MISSION

Here at Unique Get Together Society, we see the value in everyone. We are dedicated to empowering Indigenous, marginalized and underserved communities, individuals and families. Dedicated to strengthening their overall physical, mental, social-emotional, and spiritual development. To assist families, communities and individuals through our programs such as nutritional health, family support advocacy and subsidies. We are here to fight racial and other social inequalities
with love and compassion.

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OUR VISION

Our vision is to be empowered by love for humanity, the land, and for the things we do to support each other every single day. We want to create a safe place to promote individual integrity, inclusion, and diversity. That is what we were created to do: love each other no matter what, regardless of skin colour, religion, or values, without judgment, and be open-minded and accepting of each other to love.

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SOLIDARITY
In honour of our Indigenous brothers and sisters, we stand in solidarity.  We reflect, educate ourselves and work towards healing. 
We offer safe spaces.  We are here for you. 

 
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COMMITMENT

We are members and allies of the black community.  Find resources, programs and workshops here. 

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Indigenous Food Insecurity in British Columbia

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UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

Three UBC students won first place in the global competition – Map the System! The global competition is hosted by University of Oxford and it encourages a systems approach to understanding complex social and environmental problems.

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