Join Indigenous youth across the nation taking the #HopePact!

What is the #HopePact?

The We Matter #HopePact is a pact that Indigenous youth across Canada can choose to take, uniting them in a national movement. It is a reminder that you are never alone in what you are feeling or experiencing.

By taking the #HopePact and wearing the #HopePact bracelet, you can feel like you are a part of something bigger than what you are experiencing. We are all connected!

By taking the #HopePact,
we are agreeing to have hope together.

I pledge to:

1. Believe that no matter how hard life gets,
there is always a way forward

2. Ask for help when I need it

3. Honour the strength within me

4. Show support and kindness to those around me

 

Sign the #HopePact now as a reminder
you are never alone and there is always hope.

You can also request a #HopePact bracelet to be mailed to you, to wear when you need it

#HopePact Signup

Why the #HopePact?

There are many struggles that young people deal with in their schools, communities, and cities, whether it’s bullying, addiction, depression or suicide. Sometimes when we experience hard times, we feel like we are alone and that things are not going to get better for us. However, this is not true! We are never alone, we all experience struggles, and we all have the strength to overcome.

By uniting as Indigenous youth in the name of hope, we become so much #StrongerTogether

How do I take the #HopePact?

To take the #HopePact, you have to agree to 4 things. These things seem simple, but they can be hard to do sometimes. By taking the pact, you are making a shared promise with other Indigenous youth everywhere. We know you can do it, we believe in you.

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Order #HopePact bracelets for your school or community

We can send you a #HopePact Package with everything you need to take the pledge as a group!

See all the others who took the #HopePact!

Name

Age

Community

Jade Johnson

25

Six Nations, Ontario

Koorrin Edwards

25

Melbourne, Victoria

Michelle McCormack

36

Caldwell FN, Ontario

Rena Flett

23

St. Theresa Point, Manitoba

Alia Big George

18

Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing, Ontario

Shelley Isbister

23

La Ronge, Saskatchewan

Chelsea Mulvale

25

Wasaga Beach, Ontario

Cienan Muir

27

Melbourne, Victoria

Amanda Ansah

47

St.Albert, Alberta

Rhiannon Hayes

26

Bairnsdale, Australia

Toni Letendre

33

Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation, Alberta

Kylie Clarke

28

Melbourne, Victoria

Lucas Gustafson

43

Toronto, Ontario

Shelley Cuddihey

18

Ottawa, Ontario

Derrick S.

27

Campbell River, BC

Brittany K.

24

Campbell River, BC

Jessica C.

21

Campbell River, BC

Cool Cliffe

24

Campbell River, BC

Hanna C.

11

Campbell River, BC

Rachel C.

11

Campbell River, BC

Reign S.

26

Campbell River, BC

Maddy W.

8

Campbell River, BC

Ryan C.

8

Campbell River, BC

Marcus C.

8

Campbell River, BC

Leigh Anne B.

39

Campbell River, BC

Tiffany Knott

25

Curve Lake, Ontario

Cheyenne McNenly

17

Omemee, Ontario

Makayla Weatherilt

17

Peterborough, Ontario

April Dumas

22

Lynn Lake, Manitoba

Maikayla MacPhail

19

Rocky Point, NS

Lenore Jackson

22

Wikwemikong, Ontario

Matthew Peltier

30

Wikwemikong, Ontario

Emily W

13

Burns Lake, BC

Ami M

12

Burns Lake, BC

Hannah Z

13

Burns Lake, BC