On Thursday, May 5th, in recognition of the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, SCCFS, in partnership with the Songhees First Nation, the Victoria Native Friendship Centre, South Island Indigenous Authority, Indigenous Perspectives Society, Hulitan Family & Community Services Society, and Island Métis Family & Community Services Society will host the first “Our Womxn Are Sacred” walk. We hope you can join us!

The intention of this walk is to honour the sacredness of women in Indigenous communities while encouraging our men to reaffirm their traditional role as protectors. We will come together to bring awareness to our traditional values, to heal, to celebrate and to hold each other up.

When: Thursday, May 5th, 2022
Start Time: 10:00 a.m.
Start Location: Corner of Hallowell and Admirals Road
End Location: Maple Bank Road

  • Please feel free to wear red or your Regalia and bring your drums!
  • Special guests have been invited to speak during the gathering
  • A limited number of T-Shirts and Hoodies will be available for purchase for $20/t-shirt and $40/hoodie – CASH ONLY, please and thank you.

As we anticipate a large group, participants are strongly encouraged to use public transportation or carpool to the event; vehicle parking is available on Maple Bank Road.

Please feel free to share amongst your networks. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at info@sccfs.com.

We look forward to connecting with you.