Cultural activities — The 2013 National Aboriginal Day (June 21st) ceremonies, community feasts, School Graduation Dinners that help to celebrate the importance of education are some of the events supported.
Sports & Recreation activities — Hockey and recreation programs for boys and girls have benefitted.
Education & Training – Support was provided to the 2013 Junior and Senior school trip fundraising drive. Important work skills and training sessions for potential employees for Attawapiskat companies is also covered under this category.
Emergency Needs – These donations go towards requirements such as Search and Rescue, or other community member emergencies.
We invest in business opportunities.
We provide capital to the ventures we develop and cover our operating costs.
DIVIDENDS go towards the Attawapiskat First Nation Community trust. They are also used to make donations to individual members’ requirements.
No, we are self-funded. We do not draw down on the community’s other resources.
Attawapiskat Enterprises is an incorporated, for-profit organization. We generate our own income as a company.
While we are guided by and take direction from the Board of Directors, we also report to the Shareholders (Chief and Council) on a regular basis.
These donations are for cultural activities, sports and recreation activities, education and training, and for emergency needs. If you or your organization wishes to apply for a donation, please use the attached form and return it to:
P.O. Box 274
Fax: (705) 997-1444
If you have any questions, please call: (705) 997-1441.