Bottle respresenting the Coronavirus Vaccine.

COVID-19 Vaccination Registration

The great room at the Kitchener office with wooden tables and chairs. for clients and workers.
After you receive the Covid vaccination at AO you will be able to spend your fifteen minute recovery in our great room.

How to Register for your covid-19 vaccination

Pre-registration can happen through of the following:

  1. Anishnabeg Outreach: 519-208-5333 or email to info@aocan.org
  2. Jointly by the Healing of the Seven Generations: 519-570-9118 and KW Urban Native Wigwam Program: 519-743-5868
  3. Region of Waterloo call center: 519-575-4400 or through their website www.regionofwaterloo.ca

Everyone MUST have a pre-booked appointment which will come after pre-registration.

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Spirit Bundle Donations

Items for a newborn baby like diapers, clothing, baby wipes, and formula.

Anishnabeg Outreach is a not for profit that is Indigenous-led and serves the Waterloo Region and Guelph area. There are approximately 50,000 Indigenous people living in the region. Anishnabeg Outreach would like to help and support all those in need with our Spirit Bundle Offerings during this time.

We have partnered with the food bank and other organizations to ensure that basic needs are met for all Indigenous families apart of our program. Our support may be all that the Indigenous community receives, which is why all the donations we receive are important and beneficial. With the help of these organizations we have been able to provide support to hundreds of families.

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Donations

Many bags of donated groceries.

Anishnabeg Outreach offers many different programs which will allow you to contribute to our donations. Through the incredible donation of a house, and the funds from the sale of the house, we were able to take our organization in a new direction and begin the building of our centre for healing. Your donations make a difference. For example, a local church collected funds and chose to donate to AO. We were able to double the value of the donation by purchasing a washer and dryer at a Black Friday sale. Now families can donate their children’s outgrown clothing that we can wash, fold, sort and distribute to other families in the community. Oftentimes families are confronted with choosing food over clothing and the washer and dryer meant that children could have both food and clothing.

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