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Indigenous Summer Care Gift Box

Pre-Orders Now Available

While we’re putting the finishing touches on our Indigenous Summer Care gift box, we’re excited to announce that pre-orders are available now. By securing your pre-order, you’ll be among the first to receive this exclusive collection of handpicked Indigenous crafted items.

We anticipate shipping out pre-orders starting June 20th, ensuring that you’ll have your ‘Summer Care’ gift box in time to embrace the sunny days ahead. Stay tuned for more updates, as we unveil the full details and product lineup of this extraordinary offering.

June 20

Shipping anticipated to start June 20th, 2023

$109 $130.00

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Indigenous Summer Care Box Contents

Introducing our Summer Care Box – a thoughtfully curated collection of Indigenous products designed to provide care, comfort, and a touch of luxury during the summer season. Each item in this exclusive box has been carefully selected to enhance your well-being and celebrate Indigenous craftsmanship. From delicious gourmet treats to soothing skincare essentials, the Summer Care Box offers a delightful experience that embodies the spirit of Indigenous culture.

With its exquisite selection of Indigenous products, the Summer Care Box is more than a collection of items – it is a celebration of Indigenous culture, a gesture of care, and a meaningful way to support Indigenous artisans and businesses. Immerse yourself in the warmth of Indigenous traditions, and let the Summer Care Box be your companion for a summer filled with joy, wellness, and connection.

Experience the beauty and essence of the Summer Care Box today. Limited quantities are available, so order yours now to secure your own exclusive slice of Indigenous indulgence.

The artists, craftspeople, and business owners showcased in our boxes are handpicked due to their community involvement and their personal donations to foundations that further reconciliation such as the Orange T-Shirt pin, which proceeds go to IRSSS (Indian Residential School Survivors Society).

We strive to work closely with the vendors in this box to provide them with tools they need to grow their businesses and to share their stories through their pieces in this Summer Care box.

A bold, provocative examination of Canadian Indigenous issues from advocate, activist and award-winning novelist Michelle Good. Michelle is an acclaimed writer of Cree ancestry and a member of the Red Pheasant Cree Nation.

Truth Telling is a collection of essays about the contemporary Indigenous experience in Canada. From resistance and reconciliation to the resurgence and reclamation of Indigenous power, Michelle Good explores the issues through a series of personal essays.

The collection includes an expansion and update of her highly popular Globe and Mail article about “pretendians,” as well as “A History of Violence,” an essay that appeared in a book about missing and murdered women. Other pieces deal with topics such as discrimination against Indigenous children; what is meant by meaningful reconciliation; and the importance of the Indigenous literary renaissance of the 1970s.

“Good reminds us what the truth in Truth and Reconciliation actually requires of all of us: Indigenous peoples and Canadians. Addressing storytelling and historical myth-making, this book would have changed my nineteen-year-old world had it been available and rendered normative for my teachers. Good’s work is formidable, elemental and reminiscent of Cardinal’s Unjust Society. This work, should be required reading for every Canadian. Smart, generous and insightful. ‘There is no such thing as Crown Land. It is all Indigenous land.’ Good writes. This truth resonates. Serves notice: it is time.”
— Dr. Tracey Lindberg, Law Professor.

We anticipate that this captivating book will be a profound and enlightening addition to your summer reading list.

Angie La Londe of Okanagan Indian Band, created these stunning handmade Orange T-shirt pins commemorating the “Every Child Matters” movement and is just in time for Indigenous Peoples month.

These pins come in a silk bag to be re-gifted or to keep for yourself. Wear a piece of art that has a deep meaning and connection to Indigenous people, and be a part of the story behind the pin.

10% of the sale of these pins goes to IRSSS to support the survivors of Residential Schools.

Indulge in the aromatic blend of Spirit Bear Coffee with a delicious sampler pack featuring:

  • Orca Dark Roast
  • Eagle Medium Roast
  • Dolphin SWP Decaf

Wake up your senses with a cup of cold brew, iced coffee, sweet iced latte, hot cappuccino or classic Americano. The options seem endless. Spirit Bear Coffee is the perfect base for a cold drink on that hot summer day or a hot cuppa for Canadian mornings.

We are proud to feature Spirit Bear Coffee Company in our Indigenous summer care gift box because they are 100% Certified Fairtrade and Organic. We feel comforted knowing that they are committed to social impact programs such as The Northern Lights Wildlife Society, which is dedicated to give injured and/or orphaned wildlife a second chance at survival. When we purchase their coffee, committed funds go to care in the Rescue, Rehab, and Release program for orphaned bear cubs.

Pamper your skin with the nourishing properties of Sweetgrass Soap’s “Deadly Aunty” body butter, a luxurious treat that leaves your skin feeling velvety smooth and deeply hydrated.

This body butter has become the top seller in Sweetgrass Soap’s body butter line, it features a fresh citrus scent that will awaken that inner deadly aunty!  Made with shea butter, sweet almond oil and a dash of chrysanthemum extract this body butter is formulated to hydrate the skin leaving it feeling soft and supple, you will love it!

Deadly Aunty body butter is hand poured into a 4oz/120ml jar and topped with a tamper-proof seal.

Use this as a part of your daily summer glow skincare routine.

Complete the sensory journey with Tradish organic jam, bursting with the vibrant raspberry flavour and crafted with a commitment to traditional Indigenous practices.

Tradish brings traditional Indigenous nourishment to urban Indigenous and non-Indigenous health conscious people while supporting Indigenous food sovereignty. Due to a lack of access to traditional foods, our urban Indigenous population is disconnected from conventional Indigenous nutrition. Tradish emphasizes organic, Indigenous, sustainable nourishment with the help of our jam product line and other products.

Tradish Raspberry Dandelion Jam has strong detoxifying properties. used to detoxify your liver, gallbladder, and kidneys. Helps reduce inflammation in the body. May have cancer-fighting properties. Enjoy this light and flavourful jam on warm summer days with your favorite bannock.

The Moon represents a visionary, having an optimistic view of the world and participating in making it better.
Shain Jackson is a Coast Salish Artist from the First Nation community of Sechelt. He is also a lawyer who has represented Aboriginal communities throughout British Columbia.

The wooden Moon Mask pendant serves as a powerful symbol, reminding us to nurture our ever-changing moods, much like the phases of the moon. It encourages us to embrace the ebb and flow of life, allowing us to emerge resilient and steadfast, mirroring the timeless rhythm of the moon’s ascent and descent.

Shop First Nations is including a printed edition of our popular Indigenous social media calendar loaded with Indigenous events, holidays, historical dates, and hashtag suggestions.

The perfect resource for anyone to learn more about Reconciliation while helping spread the word online! In addition, it’s a helpful tool for organizations planning social media posts to be mindful of Indigenous perspectives & cultures.

Unboxing the Shop First Nations Gift Box

Get your Indigenous gift box so you can experience the joy of unboxing it with your loved ones!

Unique Gift

Surprise your loved ones with a beautiful present of our specially curated Indigenous crafted products

Good Cause

$1 from every box is donated to Spirit of the Children Society, empowering & strengthening Indigenous.

Socially Responsible

Demonstrate economic reconciliation by supporting Indigenous businesses & growing the Indigenous economy

Questions About our Indigenous Summer Care Box?

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New Westminster, BC
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