Inuit children to Toronto

$14,775CAD
raised of $10,000 goal
148%
0 time left
This campaign started on Jan 29 and closed on March 30, 2014 (11:59pm PT).
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Campaign Closed
This campaign ended on March 30, 2014
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  • $10CAD
    Emailed Thank You Card

    We appreciate all donations large and small and would like to acknowledge everyone's contribution to our fundraising efforts. To that end, we would like to send an email Thank You card created by the students of Grade 5. The card is giant sized and is being held up by some of the students you will be helping. It is written in both English and Inuktituk, which is a syllabic language and quite beautiful to look at. We are grateful for your help!

    15 claimed

  • $25CAD
    CD of pictures from Hall Beach

    An emailed thank you card and a CD/DVD with pictures from in and around Hall Beach. Beautiful pictures of the local flora and fauna as well as the people and landscapes of the area. A real treasure and a glimpse of this beautiful place.

    40 claimed

  • $50CAD
    Vial of Arctic ice chips

    For $25 you get your very own vial of Arctic ice. Now, we can't guarantee that it won't be melted by the time you get it, but it will absolutely begin it's journey 100 miles above the Arctic circle in the land of the polar bears and walrus, hand packed by Inuit children speaking Inuktitut.

    6 out of 200 claimed

  • $150CAD
    Ulu

    An e-card, vial of Arctic ice and an ulu. An ulu is traditionally known as a woman's knife. It is a curved blade with a wooden handle and is used to scrape and cut hides, carve meat off bones and lately, cut pizza. An extremely useful tool and a great conversation starter. Be the first of your friends to own one!

    21 out of 50 claimed

  • $500CAD
    Carving

    All of the above and a handmade carving (sculpture) from a local Inuit carver. The carving may be out of soapstone, walrus tusk, caribou antler or other material which the carver has available. Walrus tusks are made of ivory which will be accompanied by the proper export permit.

    1 out of 20 claimed

  • $1,000CAD
    Sealskin Mittens

    All of the above plus a beautiful pair of sealskin mittens. Seals are hunted for food to feed entire families and every part of the animal is put to good use. Sealskin mittens are highly prized for their ability to shed water and keep the wind out on harsh winter days. Your mittens will be handcrafted by a talented Inuit craftsperson especially for you. Guaranteed to keep your hands dry and toasty.

    6 out of 20 claimed

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