The Philanthropic Community's Declaration of Action
Coinciding with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) holding its closing events in Ottawa, a group of Canada's philanthropic organizations (The Circle on Philanthropy and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada, Community Foundations of Canada, Philanthropic Foundations Canada, The Counselling Foundation of Canada) have prepared The Philanthropic Community's Declaration of Action (The Declaration) committing to ensuring that positive action on reconciliation will continue.

The Declaration is a call to action inviting others to join in moving forward in an atmosphere of understanding, dignity and respect towards the shared goal of reconciliation.

The Declaration is meant to be signed by philanthropic organizations who wish to make a commitment to using their philanthropic resources in service to Reconciliation. Ideally, the highest level of decision making authority for your organization should be the signatory to the Declaration.

Please read and fill out the form below to begin the process of signing The Declaration of Action.
Once you have completed the form you will be sent a note of confirmation and a next steps package.

*Please note that signing The Declaration of Action is a pledge to maintain an active commitment to reconciliation
Organization Name *
Contact Name:
Email Address: *
Phone Number:
What is your organization's focus and mission?
How does your organization contribute or work with Indigenous organizations and/or communities?
Does your organization have an existing initiative, practice and/or program you would like to share?
Why is The Declaration of Action important to your organization?
What is one way your organization plans to activate The Declaration's 7 Calls to Action?
How does your organization plan to begin increasing your engagement in reconciliation?
How did your organization hear about The Declaration of Action?
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