At Keepers of the Circle, we support Indigenous women and gender diverse people, as well as their family members, through a variety of culturally informed programs and services offered across the lifecycle. Our relationships are guided by the Seven Sacred Teachings and Indigenous Traditional Knowledge as shared through local Wisdom Keepers and other recognized cultural teachers.
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action and the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls' Calls to Justice lays the foundation for our strengths-based, family-focused, and community-oriented approach in moving individuals and families toward Mino-Bimaadiziwin (the Good Life).
All Indigenous Peoples and community affiliates are welcome to attend our programs and join our membership.
Our Childcare and Early Learning programs offer safe and welcoming environments to all families of diverse backgrounds. Our qualified and experienced Early Childhood Instructors provide families and caregivers with support, advice, and opportunities to make personal connections and access a network of resources.
Keepers of the Circle Employment Training programs and economic opportunities are designed to provide Indigenous Peoples with the information, skills and supports they need to achieve economic stability and career advancement. We offer gender-specific programming for Indigenous women and co-ed programs in partnerships with communities.