Mikinakoos Children’s Fund is a charity created to address poverty by providing basic amenities, such as food, clothing, and shelter to First Nations children residing in remote First Nations communities.
Join us on this journey to create positive change and secure the safety and well-being First Nation children.
A Must Watch
In a remote northern reserve caught in the grips of a prescription drug abuse epidemic, a young woman named Doris is determined to overcome her addiction to Oxycodone.
In recent years, a rash of arsons, violence and drug-related crime has overwhelmed her community of Eabametoong First Nation (Fort Hope). Against all odds, Doris, a 22-year old mother of three, must overcome the many systemic barriers that prevent people from accessing treatment in an attempt to save herself and her family. She courageously tells her story to call attention to the dire situation facing the families and communities in the remote north of Ontario, Canada.
Online donations to the Mikinakoos Children’s Fund can be made via CanadaHelps.org
It’s safe. It’s secure. It’s simple
One of the goals of the Mikinakoos Children’s Fund is to create
community-based breakfast program in each of the First Nation
communities in Northern Ontario.