Thank you all for your support for my Social Enterprise these past two years. To-date we have donated over $20K to the Woodland Cultural Centre by selling over 3,000 of my aromatherapy felted diffuser acorns.
This is my third year fundraising for the Woodland Cultural Centre – home of one of the last standing residential school buildings in Canada – now reclaimed by the Mohawk community in Brantford, Ontario.
And this is the second year in a row that I made the semi-finals for Pow-Wow Pitch! Watch my qualifying pitch below:
'Mitigomin' refers to wood or tree as well as to a small and globular berry in Ojibwemowin.
We have adopted this word to describe our Social Enterprise fundraiser using acorn 'hats' to handcraft aromatherapy diffusers. See how we make these below: