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4EVERPEACE, Owner and Operator

The Broken Arrow Initiative is a collaborative project in support of peace with indigenous people, communities and businesses.  Founded by 4EVERPEACE's School of How;  The Broken Arrow Initiative is a multidisciplinary and multi-media peace project launching here in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo as a 'Living Installation'.    Established in 2015 as a part-time project soon led to a "Peace Cafe '15" in Fort Chipewyan.   Our #WMM Walk a Mile in Muks! 16 and other activities got cancelled due to the Wildfire.   

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The Broken Arrow Initiative benefiting local peace projects that collaborate with indigenous people and promote peace, respect and honor the language, traditional knowledge and culture of local indigenous peoples.  Our #1 goal is to fundraise $250,000.00 to register the 4EVERPEACE Charitable Foundation with Canada-Gives.  Registering with Canada-Gives allows us to reach our goal of a becoming a 501C Charitable Organization faster than other routes. Canada-Gives then provides financial management services and security.  As a 501C organization we are then able to provide our partners, sponsors and members with the necessary tax financial benefits.  We are currently accepting in-kind contributions on our GoFundMe page for this fundraiser.

1. #WMM:  This year we are honoring the lives, families and communities affected by the MMIW through our #WMM Walk a Mile in Muks Interpretive Walk in Support of Indigenous Women and Girls.  

2. High Horse Roadhouse:   is a benefit dinner and gala we are coordinating in support of indigenous mental health.  Featuring 'No Ears', 'Talks Alot', Smokes Toomuch and Walks Toofar.

3.   School of How:  is our response to those seeking to get closer to peace with indigenous people.  The School of How practices the oral tradition primarily and there is not alot of written assignments.  Participants register and can choose from individualized classes and group classes.  Classes can come to you and currently are offered through the Art Founder, River Station 8130 Fraser Avenue Fort McMurray.  

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