We’ve put together our 2022 Indigenous Gift Guide filled with items that are sure to please everyone on your shopping list.
Click through the following themes to browse and/or add to your online shopping cart!
🔥 NDN Youth Baddies – Featuring the works of some of the youth we’ve collaborated with!
Shawish is a virtual Indigenous marketplace whose mission is to help Indigenous businesses thrive across North America. Within the online platform, Indigenous artists can create their own profiles and upload their own products. Our commitment is to support our vendors by reducing fees as much as possible. This site is perfect for any ally that wants to support First Nation Communities. Through Shawish, we as Indigenous people can continue our ancestors’ ways of life. Read more from their recent feature.
Finding Our Power Together
Finding Our Power Together is an Indigenous non-profit organization working to support Indigenous youth across Turtle Island to gain access to the resources they seek to achieve their self-determined goals. We work as an interdisciplinary team of Indigenous and allied individuals to develop and facilitate mental health and educational programming to foster positive self-identity and leadership capacities in Indigenous young people to end preventable death and suicide in Indigenous communities.
☕ Good Medicine – Teas, medicines, bath & body
Bundles | Bath | Moisturize | Candles/Oils | Gifts
Books | Essential Oils | Gift Packages | Hair Care | Handmade Soy Candles | Lotions & Body Wash | Skincare | Natural Handmade Soaps | Sprays & Mists | Tea | Collections
Face | Body | Tea & Home | Gifts & Sets | Bulk Gifting | Held by the Land (Preorder) | Collections
Soap | Smudge | Salves | Bath Bombs
Balms, Butters, Scrubs | Bath Bombs and Salts | Deodorant and Body Sprays | Essential Oils and Roll Ons | Facial Care | Herbal Teas | Herbs, Smudge Kits, Liquid Smudge | Outdoor Bug and Sun | Shampoo, Conditioner, Lotion | Soaps
Soaps | Body Oils | Bath Salts & Scrubs | Shampoo | Grooming | Indigenous Artisans | Oil & Soap Bundles | Essential Oils | Sanitizers & Sprays
🎨 Indigenous Creators – Arts, crafts, & other creations
BIPOC-owned; sells local Indigenous art and creations | Designed and made in Yukon Nunavut NWT BC | Authentic northern art | Thoughtfully curated designers
Contemporary Indigenous Design: Earrings | Clothing
Wearable Art @healingstitches_designs | #RibbonUp Graphic Tee
Cards | Calendars | Prints | Originals | Stickers | Magnets | Wood-Burned Art | Murals | Commissions
Authentic & contemporary Indigenous design and fashion: Earrings | Keychains | Gift Cards | Stocklist Opportunity
Anishinaabe Art Prints
🌟 Indigenous Makers – Some of the artists, creatives & makers from our IG callout
Indigenous Beading | Clothing | Moccasins and more
Handmade Moccasins by Ojibwe & Peruvian Artist
Art Sales & Services | Oil Paintings | Beadwork | Seed Bead Jewelry | Encaustic Paintings
Beadwork Artist | Customs & Trades
Cozy crochet and knit items | Designed by a Yup’ik/Athabaskan Momma on Dena’ina Elnena
💄Ever Cute – Beauty, accessories & apparel for your fashion-loving friends
Activewear | Apparel | Face Masks | Leather Bags | Leather Earrings | Medicine Bags | Gift Cards | Collections
Lashes | Accessories | Apparel | Christmas Collection | Cosmetics | Hair Extensions | Lash Tools
Baby Fashion & Blankets
Ponchos | Soft and Cozy Blankets | Shawls | Sherpa Blanket | Bags | Upcycled Mittens | Wool Blankets | Fall/Winter 2022 Collection | Eco-Friendly Collection
Apparel | Jewelry | Accessories | Collabs
Home Decor | Ladies Footwear | Men’s Shoes | Seal Fur Footwear | Jewelry
🤓N8V Book Club – Indigenous-owned bookstores & subscription services
First Nations, Metis, & Inuit Books | Indigenous Languages | Teaching Resources | Gift Cards | Gifts, Planners & More | 5% of Sales go to Supporting Indigenous Libraries Today Fund
Indigenous-owned bookshop and book truck dedicated to bringing great books to Səl̓ilwətaɁɬ, Sḵwx̱wú7mesh and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm territories (Metro Vancouver) | Book Trade-In Program | Interest-based Book Bundles
Supporting Indigenous entrepreneurs: Subscription Boxes for Adults or Kids | Gift Products | Corporate Gift Boxes | Collaborations
Indigenous Gifts & More | Classroom & Toys | Books & Bundles for Kids/Teens/Adults | Publishing & Services | Wholesale Accounts | Educators Info & more
100% Indigenous, woman-owned, and operated independent bookstore: Underrepresented and Local Voices | Buy & Sell | Events | Book Lists | Gift Cards
🥞Tasty Treats – Indigenous-owned preserves, food & beverage companies
Maple Syrup | Maple Products | Merch | Gift Boxes
Coffee | Merch
Festive Curated Boxes | Curated Boxes | Build Your Own Gift Box | Corporate Gifts | Greeting Cards | Food & Beverage | Home Goods | Bath & Body | Accessories | Baby
Hot Sauces | Dry Rubs and Vinaigrettes | Jams | Preserves
Coffee | Wholesale | Handcrafted Pottery | Lifestyle | Men’s Clothing | Women’s Clothing | Swag Chest | Gift Cards
🎁For that neechie who has everything – Indigenous organizations to donate to
Indigenous Climate Action (ICA) is an Indigenous-led organization guided by a diverse group of Indigenous knowledge keepers, water protectors, and land defenders from communities and regions across the country. We believe that Indigenous Peoples’ rights and knowledge systems are critical to developing solutions to the climate crisis and achieving climate justice.
Aims to change the country by changing the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth.
We are the Native Youth Sexual Health Network: a grassroots network of indigenous youth and intergenerational relatives that works across issues around reproductive health, rights, and justice.
Aims to reduce harm around stigmatized experiences such as substance use, displacement, and other survival strategies resulting from racism and colonization.
We give Northern Inuit & Indigenous youth a safe space to participate and grow through Indigenous-led, arts-based, and culturally grounded programs.
Tungasuvvingat Inuit (TI) is an Inuit-specific registered not-for-profit Ontario service provider offering social support, cultural activities, employment, and education assistance, youth programs, counseling, crisis intervention, and more.
We at Indian Residential School Survivor Society (IRSSS) strive to provide physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual growth, development, and healing through culturally-based values and guiding principles for Survivors, Families, and Communities.
Provides reconciliation-based public education, research, and support to promote the safety and well-being of First Nations children, young people, families and Nations.
Happy Holidays and Winter Solstice from the CRE team!