The Grandmothers & Council of Seven

Wise Woman Rising is proud to be a sponsor of The Grandmothers of Toronto and their fraternal organization, The Council of Seven.

We are managing communications for the advocacy and activism work these groups of Urban Elders are doing on behalf of the Indigenous community in Toronto, and are welcoming women and men from all cultural backgrounds to join us as we begin to develop this important teaching and community building organization.

Please contact us if you are an Indigenous worker who has been abused by a manager or leader of any agency or organization who is serving the Indigenous community in Toronto. We will advocate for you and help you navigate the process of filing formal complaints and reporting to the proper authorities. We are here to protect and serve our Indigenous relatives, whose identities we keep in the highest confidence.

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We are happy to discuss our work with members of the media who support the Indigenous community and the Indigenous worldview. Please send us a message about your story and we will do our best to find the right sources and information for you. Thank you so much for walking with us.

If you’re interested in contributing to Wise Woman Rising, Joining The Grandmothers or Council of Seven, or learning how we can help you with communications and social media training, please send us your contact information and a brief message.

It is our intention to respond within 24 hours.

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Wise Woman Rising is offered as a resource to help people who are awakening, and to provide information, education, and connectivity to help build the New Earth. If you would like to contribute your teachings or stories to our growing community, please get in touch.