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We are processing orange shirt orders as fast as we receive them; however, with Orange Shirt Day coming soon, we cannot guarantee orders East of Manitoba will arrive in time for September 30th. <br><br>Our 2021 Orange Shirt features a heart designed by Tsimshian artist Morgan Asoyuf with the words “Every Child Matters” inscribed in the heart. The same design will be featured on the front cover of Morgan’s soon-to-be launched Native Northwest board book, "Learning My Rights with Mousewoman”. This year, proceeds from orange shirt sales will be directed to the Native Northwest Reconciliation Fund, Orange Shirt Society, and the BC Aboriginal Child Care Association. The new Native Northwest Reconciliation Fund was created to support people and families who continue to be impacted by Residential Schools and intergenerational trauma. Its purpose is to advance Reconciliation by funding initiatives that support Indigenous wellness, learning, and culture. Thank you for supporting Orange Shirt Day.

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September 30th marks Orange Shirt Day, a day of remembrance and respect to honour the students and survivors of Canada's Residential School system.

On this day, Canadians are encouraged to wear an orange shirt to show their support for survivors and pay respects to those who did not make it.

Join us by wearing a Native Northwest Orange Shirt. Proceeds will be directed to Orange Shirt Society, BC Aboriginal Child Care Association, and the Native Northwest Reconciliation Fund.

Our 2021 Orange Shirt features a heart designed by Tsimshian artist Morgan Asoyuf with the words “Every Child Matters” inscribed in the heart. The same design will be featured on the front cover of Morgan’s soon-to-be launched Native Northwest board book, "Learning My Rights with Mousewoman”. This year, proceeds from orange shirt sales will be directed to the Native Northwest Reconciliation Fund, Orange Shirt Society, and the BC Aboriginal Child Care Association. 

The new Native Northwest Reconciliation Fund was created to support people and families who continue to be impacted by Residential Schools and intergenerational trauma. Its purpose is to advance Reconciliation by funding initiatives that support Indigenous wellness, learning, and culture. Thank you for supporting Orange Shirt Day.

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