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Urban Native Youth Association (UNYA)

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About UNYA

 

The Urban Native Youth Association (UNYA) is an Indigenous-run non-profit organization that provides “meaningful opportunities for Indigenous youth (Aboriginal, Metis, Inuit, First Nations, Status, Non-Status) in the urban setting” since 1988, centered on supporting Indigenous youth in finding their voices and becoming inspiring leaders. Through their programs, they provide education and training, opportunities for health and wellness, housing transition support, and mentorship to Indigenous Youth in Vancouver. The work they do and the impact they have is wide-reaching. Today, UNYA delivers 20+ programs with 175+ volunteers, 100 staff, and more than 300 community partners.

Fundraising Initiatives

 

    Pledge by June 4th for the 2021 Birdathon

    Support UNYA and the local bird populations at our 2021 Birdathon! Pledge Soaring Eagle Nature School Founder, Jenna Rudolph, a certain dollar amount per bird species identified within the 24-hour birdathon period.

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    raised since May 2021

    Our Commitment

     

    As a school that has been providing nature-based programming for youth since 2009, we recognize that the work of nature connection is built upon stolen Native land, as well as the stolen labour of Indigenous, Black, and People of Colour. We recognize that systemic injustice exists and that we have a responsibility to work toward reparations and equity in resources and nature-based programming. As a staff team, we’ve reached out to the Urban Native Youth Association (UNYA) to offer our time, resources, and community to see where we can help the most. All initiatives by Soaring Eagle Nature School are based on what is most needed by UNYA.

    Make a Difference for Indigenous Youth in BC