Karihwanoron Kanienkeha Owenna Tsi Ionteriwaienstahkwa
SCHOOL YEAR 2022-2023
59 children enrolled!
Our program is 34 years old and so is our building.
We are growing out of it and fast.
Karihwanoron has a real need to bring our babies back into one place, we need more rooms for resource and offices. Currently our babies are in another building within our community and unfortunately it is not walking distance.
First we hope to move to temporary trailers as our building is getting old and we are unable to fully repair or add on for the much needed space.
A building fund has been started and any donations will be put towards this purpose.
After 34 years, we do not plan to close our doors however we are in need of a place to call home.
Play ground equipment
With the thought of moving and renting trailers to support our program till we have the ability to build our own, we will be in need of playground equipment.
We are currently looking into what companies are best to look at for prices to add to our fundraising efforts.
We would like to extend our gratitude to the CBC for profiling Karihwanoron on their digital platform! we like to believe this Doc has had a hand in gaining core funds for our unique program!
Karihwanoron, in partnership with KSDPP (Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Program), We teach our children about making healthier choices to promote wellness. We aim to assist in lowering the statistics of diabetes in First Nations communities, as well as to provide our students with basic life skills.
Club 200 2022
Winners: $1000 each
January: Roseann Norton and George Lahache
February: Kawisaienhne Horne
March: Melanie Kirby
May: Charlie Jacobs
June: Shannon Lahache
July: Tony Norton
August: Orville Diabo
September: Erin mcComber
October: Hannah Armstrong
November: Falen Jacobs and Landon Montour
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