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S’TEṈISTOLW̱ 2017

Eyēʔ Sqȃ’lewen Raffle

Proceeds from the raffle will be equally divided into two areas: (1) Emergency assistance for Indigenous students through two funds, and (2) student field trips and cultural land-based learning opportunities

Proceeds for emergency assistance will be divided between two established funds:

  • ĆENENITEL Fund established by Linda and William Ross. This fund provides assistance to Indigenous students who have encountered unexpected crises that could affect their education. Examples include sudden illness of a family member, sudden need for new housing, and unexpected loss of work or work hours, among other possibilities. This fund provides students with temporary relief until they can get back on their feet.
  • Home Wings Fund established by an anonymous donor. This fund provides assistance to Indigenous students who have to travel home because of family emergencies, including funerals. This fund may also support the travel costs for Elders or family members to visit students who are in crisis while attending Camosun.

Proceeds for student field trips and cultural land-based learning will support the following activities:

  • Occasionally, students in Indigenous programs will participate in cultural, spiritual and/or educational field trips or gatherings which may include travel. Examples of these types of activities include Sweatlodge ceremonies, cultural tours, canoe journeys, visits to the Museum of Anthropology, and Indigenous educational conferences. This fund will help pay for such activities and/or travel/accommodation costs to attend them.

Draw Date: August 24, 2017 at 4pm at the S’TEṈISTOLW̱ Conference
Location: Camosun College Lansdowne Campus 3100 Foul Bay Rd
Raffle benefiting Camosun College Indigenous Students - the Aboriginal Emergency Assistance & Student Field Trip Fund Program

To purchase tickets contact Christine LaValee at the Eyēʔ Sqȃ’lewen office, Ewing 272
Location: Camosun College Lansdowne, 3100 Foul Bay Rd
Hours: Monday–Thursday, 9am–4pm; Friday, 9am–noon

Tickets cost $10 each

Prize 1:
Carving by Bear Horne, Salish Thunderbird
Artist: Doug “Bear” Horne
Value: $2,000
Year produced: 2017
Size: 36’’
Prize 2:
Framed Print by Susan Point, Crosswalk
Artist Susan Point
Value: $1,630
Year produced: 2007
Size: 35.5" x 13.5"
Prize 3:
Framed Print by Susan Point, The Inlet
Artist Susan Point
Value: $1,630
Year produced: 2007
Size: 35.5" x 13.5"
Prize 4:
Framed Print by Art Thompson, Tsw-Qwa-Supp
Artist: Art Thompson
Value: $1,600
Year produced: 1999
Size: 15" x 38"
Prize 5:
Framed Print by Francis Dick, Walking through my fires
Artist: Francis Dick
Value: $1,000
Year produced: 1992
Size: 25’’ x 19’’

Prize 1: Carving by Bear Horne, Salish Thunderbird

Prize 2: Framed Print by Susan Point, Crosswalk

Prize 3: Framed Print by Susan Point, The Inlet

Prize 4: Framed Print by Art Thompson, Tsw-Qwa-Supp

Prize 5: Framed Print by Francis Dick, Walking through my fires

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