Indigenous Gift Boxes

Support local Indigenous business in the Coast Salish territory by purchasing an Indigenous gift box for your loved ones these holidays.

Shop First Nations Gift Boxes

Holiday Shipping Deadlines

The holidays are right around the corner! We can’t guarantee these deadlines are 100% precise as they’re estimates from our shipping provider. We advise placing your orders sooner than later and using the Xpresspost or Priority shipping option to give them more time to get delivered.

We also offer a free pick-up option at Spirit Bear Coffee Company in Port Coquitlam, BC!

December 20

For Regular parcel deliveries local (Greater Vancouver)

December 21

For Xpresspost or Priority deliveries to local, regional, or national (Canada)

Pick-up Available

Save on shipping if you choose to pick-up in Port Coquitlam, BC

Gift Box Contents

We’ve collaborated with the Coast’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.

Spirit Bear Coffee Co.’s famous sampler pack with a sweet treat! Chocolate and coffee are a perfect pairing. Sampler pack comes with 4 x 70g ground coffee packets featuring these 4 tasty flavours:

  • Eagle Medium Roast
  • Orca Dark Roast
  • Frog Breakfast Blend
  • Thunderbird Dark French

Coffee is ground for a drip machine or pour over.

400g of Original Bangin’ Bannock dry mix!

  • Fried version instructions included on bag
  • Makes approx. 8 pieces of frybread

Indigenomics lays out the tenets of the emerging Indigenous economy. From an Indigenous perspective, it is built around relationships, multigenerational stewardship of resources, and care for all.

A cornerstone to learning about the modern Indigenous economy by renowned Indigenous economist, Carol Anne Hilton.

Highlights include:

  • The ongoing power shift and rise of the modern Indigenous economy
  • Voices of leading Indigenous business leaders & exposure of the false media narrative of Indigenous dependency
  • A new narrative, rooted in the reality on the ground, that Indigenous peoples are economic powerhouses

Lynn-Marie & Melissa-Rae are sister co-founders of Sisters Sage, an Indigenous brand that hand-crafts wellness and self-care products. Furthermore, they are inspired by their Gitxaala, Nisga’a, and Metis cultures and traditions.

Often referred to as “The Tree of Life”, Cedar is one of the most important materials for the Indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest. Cedar is burned to smudge away bad energies; we cleanse our body, mind, and souls in the smoke and with it send our prayers to Creator. In addition, cedar bough is often placed over door archways and used as protection against negative energies entering your environment.

We love the idea of cleansing our bodies and spirits with this aromatic Bath Bomb. The smell activates in a hot bath and makes for a relaxing soak.

Ingredients: Baking Soda, Citric Acid, Witch Hazel, Grapeseed Oil, Cedar Essential oil, Cedar leaf.

Jordan Hocking founded Sriracha Revolver Hot Sauce Inc with the goal of creating a staple product that adds fun, flavour and inspiration to the chef at home. Jordan is a mom, wife, and Indigenous entrepreneur.

This tangy, Thai inspired sauce with a hint of anchovy that packs in umami flavour with the fruit creating the perfect marriage of savoury, sour and smallest hint of sweet. Excellent sauce for steak, prawns, sushi and noodle dishes.

Ingredients: Vinegar, mango, garlic, red pepper, chili, fish sauce (anchovy, sea salt), sea salt.

Shake well. No colours added, no preservatives, all natural.

Darrell Tusqanum Thorne is a Salish artist from Cowichan Tribes on Vancouver Island , Canada.

Small in size but big on functionality. This trinket dish serves as lovely catchall for those smaller items that tend to get lost when scattered around a home.

The nephew of well-known master carver Doug Cranmer, Ryan Cranmer specializes in carving brightly painted masks and making limited edition prints. His mother is of the Namgis band of the Kwakwaka’wakw nation from Alert Bay, BC, and his father is from the Heiltsuk nation of Bella Bella, BC.

Ryan’s ‘Whale’ design on this extra soft and textured Eco Scarf uses vibrant colours and eco-friendly materials to enrich their bold Indigenous designs. Native Northwest Eco Scarves are created using 100% recycled plastic bottles.

Angela Kimble is Coast Salish/ Nuu-Cha-Nulth from Tsawout First Nations in Saanich, BC. Angela’s father is master carver Doug La Fortune and mother Kathleen Horne.

Angela grew up in Victoria, BC often helping her father with his work, painting carvings and totems. As a result of growing up surrounded by art, she was inspired to create her own designs in a contemporary style of Coast Salish art. Angela prefers to draw free hand and can be found painting on canvases and wood.

  • 1 Merry Salish Christmas card (note: design varies by box)
  • 4 x 6″ card is blank on the inside and includes an envelope

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 holiday 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

$5 from every box is donated to Spirit of the Children Society, empowering & strengthening Indigenous families in British Columbia.

Socially Responsible

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

Questions?

Drop us a line if you have any questions or comments!

Shop First Nations
810 Quayside Drive, Suite 205
New Westminster, BC
V3M 6B9

Packaging & Distribution by 1Nation Distribution.

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