Indigenous Gift Boxes
Support local Indigenous business in the Coast Salish territory by purchasing an Indigenous gift box for the holidays.
Update: The Shop First Nations Gift Box for Christmas 2020 has now sold out! Like/follow us on Facebook for announcements on future gift boxes to celebrate special occasions.
The perfect way to celebrate Christmas holidays and the Winter Solstice! These expertly crafted items from Indigenous businesses in the Coast Salish (Vancouver) area have been curated by Shop First Nations as the ultimate way to enjoy the holidays while supporting an Indigenous economy.
Save on shipping if you choose to pick-up in Port Coquitlam, BC
We’ve collaborated with Vancouver’s top Indigenous brands to create this unique gift box. Just in time for your holiday purchase for a loved one, please enjoy these Indigenous crafted items for your happiness and wellness.
A delicious sampler pack featuring:
Chef made, conveniently packaged, quality ingredients mix to recreate Mr. Bannock’s famous culinary flavours in the comfort of your home. Use this classic bannock mix to make fried bread, baked bannock, or bannock waffles.
Sage is a medicine used for many reasons by Indigenous people across North America, one of them being a spiritual cleanse. The dried sacred plant is burned, and the smoke is used to cleanse the body, mind, and spirit.
Their Sage Bath Bomb contains essential oil, as well as Sage harvested by Sisters Sage in British Columbia. Fantastic for a rejuvenating bath!
1 art print by Nisg̱a’a/Métis artist Chantelle Trainor-Matties.
Size varies: 8″ x 8″ and 8″ x 10″
Indigenous Relations Insights Tips & Suggestions To Make Reconciliation A Reality is the important companion book to the best-selling 21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act offers practical tools that will help you respectfully avoid missteps in your business interactions and personal relationships with Indigenous Peoples.
This book covers:
1 Salish Christmas card featuring artist Doug LaFortune Sr. who grew up in the Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island.
Cultural background: Tsawout, Coast Salish.
Card is blank on the inside and includes an envelope.
Cedar, the “Tree of Life,” has been used for thousands of years by coastal First Nations in British Columbia. This cedar bundle is included as a gift for your wellness.
Hand sanitizer with 99.9% Medical Grade and Sweetgrass essential oil. Custom produced by Tamara Bell (Lowd Television Productions Inc. and APTN host).
Ingredients: raspberries, cherries, blueberries, apples, sugar, pectin, lemon juice, and a trace of butter used to prevent foaming
$5 from every box sold will be donated to Hope & Health, an Indigenous non-profit organization maximizing the power of sport to engage, educate and empower Indigenous children and youth, cultivating their inner champions.
Surprise your loved ones with a beautiful present of our specially curated Indigenous crafted products
Demonstrate economic reconciliation by conscientiously shopping with Indigenous businesses
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