Celebrating these amazing businesses who donated to us in April!

By Karissa Chandrakate / May 3, 2021 /

We would like to celebrate these amazing businesses who have donated to us in the month of April! Big gratitude to Ecologyst  – a sustainable apparel company in Victoria that donated 50% of proceeds from their Earth Day T-Shirt to RAVEN! Visit them on Instagram at @ecologyst We love Nox Shop, a Montreal-based company that donated $5k on Earth…

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Ecologyst Earth Day T-Shirt

Sustainable T’s from ecologyst with proceeds to RAVEN!

By RAVEN / April 29, 2021 /

This past Earth Day, our friends at ecologyst launched a limited edition, 100% organic cotton, gender-neutral Earth Day tee, with 50% of the proceeds going to RAVEN! ecologyst is a Lekwungen/Victoria-based outdoor apparel company who produce their apparel locally with natural fabrics.  This beautiful and simple Earth Day T-shirt is still available on their website!…

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Photographer donates profits to Indigenous legal challenges!

By Karissa Chandrakate / March 10, 2021 /

We would like to send a big THANK YOU to Richie Graham Photography for choosing RAVEN as their 1% for the planet recipient! “With gratitude for the natural beauty that surrounds us—and as part of my commitment to meaningful environmental preservation—100% of the profits from the sale of my work are donated to 1% for the…

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Elderberry Farmers in Solidarity with Secwepemc

By Maia Wikler / February 20, 2021 /

For RAVEN’s “In Conversation” series via Instagram, we spoke with Louise Lecouffe from Elderberry Grove about her inspiring efforts to fundraise for RAVEN’s campaign supporting Secwepmenc Nation.  For the last 12,000 years, the Stk’emlupsemc te Secwepemc Nation has managed the land and resources of their unceded territory in interior B.C. Their traditional knowledge and stewardship…

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Drawn & Quarterly: creatively supporting RAVEN

By Karissa Chandrakate / January 10, 2021 /

We would like to send a big THANK YOU to Drawn and Quarterly for donating $1000 to RAVEN in October 2020. They have also committed to donating annually to support Indigenous legal challenges. We are grateful for their support! “Recently, D+Q has asked ourselves what it means to have a land acknowledgement on our website…

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Small business, SIC.Co Activewear, donates 10% of net profits to RAVEN.

By Karissa Chandrakate / January 6, 2021 /

We are kicking 2021 off with a shoutout to small business SIC.Co Activewear for choosing to donate 10% of their net profits to support Indigenous legal challenges! SIC.Co is focused on helping Canadians lead healthier and more active lives by providing them with activewear that helps them look good, feel good and, most importantly, do…

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Elderflower tea supporting Secwepemc Nation

By Andrea Palframan / December 23, 2020 /

To celebrate winter solstice return of the sun, the good folks at Elderberry Farm bottled up some golden sunshine… with proceeds to RAVEN!

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Lumi Gives

By Andrea Palframan / December 14, 2020 /

Lumi is supporting RAVEN as part of their goal of making the world a better place and supporting valuable work. Check out Lumi at

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Hex Metals in Solidarity

By Andrea Palframan / December 11, 2020 /

Since April 2020, 5% of each sale of Hex Metals handcrafted jewellery will be donated to support Wet’suewet’en land protectors via Raven. According to Hex, “This is more than a pipeline issue – it’s about Indigenous land sovereignty and continued violence by the colonial state. As a business run by a settler of colour, it…

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BlackBird Fabrics raise $3000 to support Indigenous Legal challenges!

By Karissa Chandrakate / December 9, 2020 /

We want to give a big THANK YOU to BlackBird Fabrics for fundraising to support Indigenous legal challenges. The small business recently raised $3000 all of which will go to supporting Indigenous access to justice. “Living and operating on the unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), səlil̓wətaɁɬ (Tsleil-Waututh), and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) peoples, we recognize how…

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