Become a RAVEN Organizer

Ready to join the movement for Indigenous justice?

Today, it’s easier than ever to get involved. From organizing events in your community to hosting online gatherings, bringing people together around a shared passion for human rights and environmental protection is fun, and fulfilling.

Host a concert, hold an online auction, teach a Zoom class, organize a paddle, run, or dance marathon... the list is endless! RAVEN's story is full of amazing moments where people like you share your creative talents to  educate and inspire people to step up in support of our campaigns.

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Festival Afloat 2022 Music Festival: The Salish Sea Tour Dates and Tickets

RAVEN is inviting you to purchase your Festival Afloat 2022 Salish Sea Tour tickets now! July 7-16 we’ll be sailing to different locations across the Salish Sea and bringing together musicians, music lovers, and paddlers to raise funds for Heiltsuk Nation’s “Step Up for Coast Heroes” campaign and the Gitxaala Nation campaign.

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Seeing Beauty: A Photographic Exhibit to Benefit RAVEN

Join RAVEN, Discovery Coffee, Victoria Cecchini and friends for the launch party on June 16th at Discovery Coffee 2550 Rock Bay Ave. All photographs on display will be for sale on the evening of the event and afterwards, every print sold in connection with the event will go to RAVEN.

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Join Run for FUNds for Wild Salmon

The Run for FUNds fundraiser organized by RAVEN supporters, Kayci Lesosky and Sarah Legg, is fast approaching! On April 2, 2022 Kayci and Sarah are inviting everyone to come out to a community fun run at Elk Lake provincial park in Victoria. Their goal: to bring awareness to the Wild Salmon campaign, supporting Indigenous Nations to rid the Discovery Islands of dangerous fish farms once and for all. 

Questions & reflections on the brink of light

Though most of us are in the deep freeze of winter, the hours of darkness are getting shorter and the light is growing, bit by bit, every day. The conditions of nature are conducive to going inwards, while the restrictions of Covid demand that we contain ourselves and even, when necessary, isolate. In this time…

We’re Hiring an Organizer (Ontario)!

Are you a talented and adept campaigner/organizer with a strong commitment to decolonization and environmental justice? Are you passionate about supporting Indigenous Nations’ legal actions to defend their lands, rights and title? Do you want to work with a team of talented and kind people to make a real difference in the world?  Join the country’s…

Tranquil evening on the water for West Moberly First Nations.

Thank you to everyone who came out to our second floating concert in Victoria in support of the legal challenges of West Moberly First Nations! On July 29th, we hosted our second concert on the Gorge to raise funds to West Moberly First Nations’ legal challenge to Site C Dam. The Nation is pursuing a…

Filipinx community fundraises for Heiltsuk Nation!

We would like to give a special thanks to Pinay Collection for raising $400 for Heiltsuk Nation! On January 30th, Pinay Collection hosted Usap Tayo pod – a space where community gathers to learn skills, share stories, reflect on their experiences as Pina/xys and (re/un)learn about Black and Indigenous solidarity building. They engaged virtually on…

A remarkable floating fundraiser for remarkable times

A group of islanders have found a unique way to host a covid-safe, socially distanced fundraiser. Thursday, September 3’s “Throw a Boat Down” event will be a paddle-powered, floating concert in support of RAVEN. The show will be livestreamed to audiences everywhere from a floating stage anchored just off the coast of Salt Spring Island.…

Folk that Pipeline Raises $10K for First Nations to stop TMX

Over 1000+ people signed up for last night’s “Folk The Pipeline” festival. This incredible community raised over $10k to ignite the next phase of support for Indigenous legal action against Trans Mountain. With stellar sets by Dan Mangan, The Wilds and Luke Wallace, we came together with warmth and solidarity to renew our commitments to…

Bananas not Bitumen: Baking in solidarity with Beaver Lake Cree

We are blown away by the ingenuity, commitment and creativity of this community that never ceases to amaze, even with the challenges of a pandemic! Marianne, an artist based in Victoria, BC has been known to trade her pottery wheel for a baking oven when solidarity calls. This May, Marianne whipped up her signature banana…

Inspiring 10 year-old Organizes Online Birthday Fundraiser for Indigenous Rights!

This week, we were especially inspired by a brilliant Solidarity from Home action by a 10-year old who decided to use his birthday as an opportunity to fundraise for RAVEN. He says he chose RAVEN because of his concern and support for Wet’suwet’en against the Coastal GasLink pipeline and wanted to keep that momentum going. …

Community Members raise over $7,500 for Heiltsuk

The Reconciliation Committee of the Vancouver Quaker Meeting organized a film screening of Raven People Rising to raise funds and awareness for the Heiltsuk Nation. The Heiltsuk Nation is taking an oil shipping company and Canada to court over a catastrophic diesel oil spill in their territory. With a robust and devoted event organizing team,…