Circle of Abundance

Coady Institute has 60 years of experience in accompanying leaders who are creating economic and social change and for the past 10 years has developed and held its award winning Indigenous Women in Community Leadership program. Donations to Circle of Abundance – Amplifying Indigenous Women’s Leadership will help Coady in:

  • Learning from its work over the last 10 years with Indigenous women leaders and pivoting in a direction that reflects current realities and recent history;
  • Expanding Coady’s offerings of Indigenous women’s leadership programs across the country, for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit women leaders, both in their community as well as on-campus programs at St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia;
  • Connecting and creating exchanges for Indigenous women globally; and
  • Supporting the incubation of a new Indigenous-led and Indigenous-run women’s initiative.

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“The Circle of Abundance is something I support because I believe that there’s no stronger advocate for a community than those living within that community. I believe in women. I believe in their power to build local economies. I believe in their power to build resilient communities. It’s incredibly exciting to be working with Indigenous leaders at Coady, learning from their lived experiences, and of course their collective wisdom.”

– Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively

Circle of Abundance E-Zine

Circle of Abundance E-Zine

New from Circle of Abundance – Amplifying Indigenous Women’s Leadership is an online magazine aimed to highlight the experiences of Circle of Abundance program graduates, mentors, Elders, staff, and advisors.

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Celebrating National Indigenous People’s Day

Celebrating National Indigenous People’s Day

Today, June 21, is the summer solstice and the 25th National Indigenous Peoples Day, a day for all Canadians on Turtle Island to recognize and celebrate the culture, heritage, and contributions of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples just as Indigenous peoples have for generations. Read more…

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