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Join the movement for Indigenous justice.

RAVEN’s impact is people-powered. From allied businesses to impassioned community members, the funds and awareness raised in solidarity for Indigenous-led legal challenges are at the heart of this movement for access to justice. You can get involved by supporting a campaign below by donating directly or creating your own peer-to-peer fundraiser, whether that might be a bake sale or a movie screening: the possibilities to show up as strong allies are endless.

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Action Toolkit

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ORGANIZE OR HOST EVENTS

RAVEN provides all the materials you
need to host an online event, show one of
our documentary films, or organize a
community event to bring people
together and have fun!

BECOME A RAVEN SUPPORTER

Make a donation to support RAVEN
or to one of our campaigns. You can
join RAVEN’s Circle of Allies as a
monthly donor to make a reliable
commitment to recognizing rights.

FUNDRAISE ONLINE

Use the power of your network to do good!
Use our easy crowdfunding platform to
tell a story, engage your friends and
family, and contribute meaningfully to
Indigenous justice.

WE ARE RAVEN:
Changing the Landscape, One Victory at a Time.

“It’s not every day that we come across an organization such as yours that would assist First Nations with such a cause as ours. Mahsi cho for all your efforts and RAVEN for providing fundraising and support to the Peel Land Use Planning court session. It has been an honor to work with you on this initiative.”

— Chief Roberta Joseph, Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in

"We are the legal agents in this world. We all have the opportuntiy to practice law: sometimes that's done by standing with Indigenous Peoples and working with them in direct ways,  but also it means in some instances providing resources to help Indigenous Peoples as they're raising their voice. And so, providing resources is actually a practice of law. It's a custom that can be used to put us in relationship with one another."

— John Borrows, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Law, University of Victoria

"One of the upsides of these fights is that they have created the wonderful opportunity to bring an awful lot of good people together. And as we move forward into our history, our coalitions our alliances are becoming a lot more broad based, and collectively we are taking ownership of the fact that this is our home. And our home is worth defending."

— Saul Brown, Heiltsuk Reconciliation Negotiator