Our Indigenous Pink Wolf Shirt Campaign is now live!
Artist Chantelle Trainor-Matties’ Indigenous Pink Wolf design is used on our Indigenous Pink Wolf Shirt Campaign merchandise.
When asked to talk about her design she stated:
“The Nisga’a word for wolf is “gibuu”; the wolf is loyal, smart, strong and they come together as a pack, as a team, representing unity. The world is full of hate, we are given the opportunity to work as a team, to be members of the pack, to “spread love” to one another and to stand up against bullying.”
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Unfortunately, we do not currently have the Indigenous Pink Wolf Flag available on Amazon.
We want to let you know we are not a big company like Amazon. Therefore, we do not get the huge discounts on freight that they do.
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$5.00 from the sale of each Indigenous Pink Wolf Flag goes to programs and organizations designed to help Indigenous Youth at Risk.
Urban Native Youth Association – https://unya.bc.ca/
Urban Society for Aboriginal Youth – https://usay.ca/
$5.00 goes to the artist