Creating a foundation for Sixties Scoop survivors

The approved national settlement for Sixties Scoop survivors provides $50 million to establish a Sixties Scoop Foundation.

This Foundation is fully independent of government. And it is for everyone impacted by the Sixties Scoop, and primarily for survivors across the country—Inuit, First Nations, Métis, non-status—everyone.

The Interim Board of this brand new Foundation has come together to guide the very first steps of its development. Those first steps start with you: survivors.

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    • What should this Foundation do?

    • Who should run it?

    • How should it be governed?

    • What should it be called?

  • These are critical questions. We believe they should be answered by those who understand the needs of survivors best: survivors.

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    The consultation process for the Foundation is currently in development. We anticipate launching national consultations in the Spring of 2019. We will post session dates and locations on this site as soon as they are available. To receive updates on our progress, please provide your information below.

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