Indigenous Gift Boxes
Support local Indigenous businesses in Coast Salish territory by purchasing an Indigenous gift box this summer.
Save on shipping if you choose to pick-up in Port Coquitlam, BC
When you open the Shop First Nations Coastal Box, you will be introduced to valuable, educational, and beautiful Indigenous products that you can share with your family and friends.
Gifts for any gender and age have been carefully curated, making this the perfect Indigenous gift for that special person in your life.
The Indigenous artists, crafts people, and entrepreneurs showcased in our Indigenous gift boxes are handpicked due to their community involvement and donations to foundations that further Reconciliation like the Orange T-Shirt pin with proceeds that 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 Coastal Indigenous Gift Box.
An Indigenous leader who has dedicated her life to Indigenous Rights, Jody Wilson-Raybould has represented both First Nations and the Crown at the highest levels. And she is not afraid to give Canadians what they need most – straight talk on how to deconstruct Canada’s dark colonial legacy and embrace a new era of recognition and reconciliation.
From Where I Stand is indispensable reading for anyone who wants to dig deeper into the reconciliation process to know what they can do to make a difference — ranging from engaged citizens, leaders, and policy-makers to students, educators, and academics, and to lawyers and consultants.
A handmade “Orange Shirt” beadwork pin backed with hide, commemorating the “Every Child Matters” movement.
Jennifer White is a Métis citizen, a mother, a wife and a family knowledge keeper who lives in Abbotsford, B.C. She claims that beading is medicine for her which also allows her to reclaim her heritage with pride. Like a lot of Métis people, her family was displaced and repressed and consequently lost.
This beadwork journey has allowed Jennifer to explore and learn about her culture and find a part of herself that was missing.
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.
A delicious sampler pack featuring:
Classic bannock mix used by Mr. Bannock’s food truck and catering services for the last 3 years. Their blend is vegan friendly and is very diverse, you can bake, fry or stuff with all your favorite ingredients! Cooking directions are available on Mr. Bannock’s website.
Did you know that Mr. Bannock has been featured in VICE, The Food Network, Buzzfeed and National Geographic? Did you also know that with this one bag of bannock mix, you can create bannock waffles, bannock burgers, bannock pizza, bannock flatbreads, classic Indian tacos and much more! The options are endless and that’s another reason why we chose this Indigenous business to be included in our Coastal Box.
Gourmet wild Pacific Northwest sockeye salmon. Hand-packed with only a pinch of sea salt added. The best!
Established on Vancouver Island in 1961, this Indigenous business ensures only the best cuts of fish go into their cans. This wild salmon is sourced from the icy waters of the Pacific Northwest. They are hand cut and hand packed before canning in their own canning machines.
This salmon is ready to use in sushi bowls, salads, sandwiches, or simply eat it out of the can!
1 Coast Salish greeting card featuring artist Darrell Thorne
Darrell Tusqanum Thorne is a Salish artist from Cowichan Tribes on Vancouver Island Canada. He strives to create visually attractive and powerful artwork that sparks interest in the story behind it.
Give the card as a special gift for a teacher or friend. Use it around your home in a frame as a piece of art. Send it in the mail as a greeting card or as a reminder of your support of Indigenous businesses and Truth & Reconciliation.
Essential oils are highly concentrated natural extracts from the leaves, flowers, and stems of plants.
The most common way to use essential oils is to inhale them, both for their amazing scent and their therapeutic properties. But they can also be used in diffusers and humidifiers, as well as diluted with a carrier oil and applied to the skin.
Essential oils have a wide range of medicinal and therapeutic properties. Their antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral properties make them a useful product in your medicine cabinet. They have also been shown to promote healthy sleep, relieve headaches, and alleviate pain. In addition, essential oils can improve skin conditions, help treat the common cold, and encourage healthy digestion.
Make your kitchen brighter with this fun and colorful Indigenous printed and woven unbleached cotton tea towel, featuring a design by Nicole La Rock (Coast Salish)
This is more than just a tea towel, It’s a piece of art that holds a story and tradition.
“I am delighted to share my art which will hopefully touch people in a positive way and add to their day.” – Nicole La Rock
Shop First Nations is including one of our promotional marketing stickers – show off your support for shopping with Indigenous businesses!
Get your Indigenous gift box so you can experience the joy of unboxing it with your loved ones!
Surprise your loved ones with a beautiful present of our specially curated Indigenous crafted products
Demonstrate economic reconciliation by supporting Indigenous businesses & growing the Indigenous economy
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