AO’s Reconciliation Garden

Looking for 100 weekly volunteers to help move the needle on reconciliation

“Food was weaponized against the Indigenous peoples for hundreds of years… Our goal is to give people an easy way to be a part of the reconciliation. It’s all about building relationships and partnerships. Reconciliation isn’t something Indigenous peoples need to do, it’s something others need to act on. We want to help provide that opportunity.”

Stephen Jackson, CEO Anishnabeg Outreach

Anishnabeg Outreach (AO) is looking for volunteers to donate their time to assist with our Reconciliation Garden in Breslau, ON.

The produce harvested from this garden in the Fall will be provided to First Nations, Inuit and Métis community members through AO’s Spirit Bundle Offering Program.

For more information or to volunteer, please email

recover room for pop-up vaccine clinic with blue chairs set up six feet apart

COVID-19 Vaccination Booking Information

Pop-up clinic recovery room with chairs lined up 6 feet apart
Our recovery room for the vaccination clinic

We are now offering the moderna spikevax covid-19 bivalent vaccine!

This vaccination protects against Omnicron and other COVID-19 variants. For more information regarding eligibility, visit the Region of Waterloo Public Health.

All appointments are currently walk-in only!

For more information about vaccination clinics:

  1. Call us at 519-208-5333 to speak to a navigator
  2. Email us at

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Mental Health Management System

Anishnabeg Outreach has created a self-directed virtual healing system that will help millions of Indigenous peoples internationally heal from the effects of intergenerational trauma.

Our Goals:

  • To Rebuild Self
  • To Rebuild Family
  • To Give Back Culture and Family
  • Build Community
  • Provide Opportunities for Healing and Employment

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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.

Anishnabeg Outreach is a registered charity and will issue tax receipts in accordance with Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) guidelines.

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CBC Indigenous News

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Anishnabeg Outreach

We have two offices one in Kitchener and one in Guelph. The Guelph office is our main employment office where we will be able to assist you with job search and resume development. At both locations you will have access to an employment counsellor. Our Kitchener office is where we offer all services related to healing. At our Kitchener location you will find our EarlyON.
Anishnabeg Outreach
Anishnabeg Outreach
Kitchener, Ontario
Today is #NationalDayforTruthandReconciliation aka #OrangeShirtDay -

Come and join us at AO’s Eminindowang Kitigaan (Spirit Garden for Everyone) or support AO by purchasing a sweet treat at @chef_on_call today!

Lots of ways to get involved, today and every day, in the KW Community!
Anishnabeg Outreach
Anishnabeg Outreach
Kitchener, Ontario
A great way to increase your knowledge and understanding of the experiences of First Nations, Inuit and Métis folks is by picking up a book written by an Indigenous author.

AO’s Tutoring team has pulled together a few wonderfully written books, that we think would make a great fit into your reading rotation.

Support Indigenous artists and authors, not only on Sept 30th, but every day 🧡📚
Anishnabeg Outreach
Anishnabeg Outreach
Kitchener, Ontario
With this Friday, September 30th being recognized as the #NationalDayofTruthandReconciliation ( #OrangeShirtDay ) it is important to educate ourselves on the impact of Indian Residential Schools, while honouring the lost children and survivors. 🧡

Swipe ▶️ to learn more about The Witness Blanket Project, a project by Vancouver Island artist Carey Newman (@blueravenart) that aims to stand as an eternal witness to the effects of the Canadian Residential School system.

Make sure to watch Picking Up the Pieces: The Making of the Witness Blanket, which is available for viewing in the link on the final slide.

#TheWitnessBlanket #TheWitnessBlanketProject
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