What are the 12 Daze of Giving?
The 12 Daze of Giving are twelve consecutive days of small acts of giving to local non-profits organizations in the community. Here at Farmer Jane, we have 12 store locations across Regina, Saskatoon, and Winnipeg, which equates conveniently to 12 different locations.
Each Farmer Jane location came together as a team came to select their charity of choice to which they wanted to donate to for their select day on the 12 Daze of Giving calendar. This $250 donation goes to a community initiative/charity of choice in hopes to spread kindness and create a positive impact.
We also have stocked up on some Licensed Producer merch to give away to the first 12 customers at each of our stores! So make sure to keep coming to your local cannabis shop to stock up on some #PrettyGoodWeed and some pretty awesome merch.
Farmer Jane Southdale and Sundial Cannabis
On the fifth day of the 12 Daze of Giving Calendar Farmer Jane Southdale will be donating to Circles for Reconciliation. This community initiative could not be done alone. With the support of our friends at Sundial, we were able to donate $250 to this deserving cause.
Circles for Reconciliation aims to establish trusting, meaningful relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples as part of the 94 Calls to Action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC). The means to achieve this is the creation of small gatherings of an equal number of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in discussion circles. The participants sit in a circle, providing greater opportunities for sharing and being respectful of traditional Indigenous values and customs. These ten meetings allow for the beginnings of respectful relationships, which the TRC stresses is the basis of reconciliation.
Here’s how you can help
Donate online directly to Circles for Reconciliation
See the ways to get involved with this project on an individual, and business level!
Register to be a part of one of the speaking circles
From the book Honouring the Truth, “From the outset, this Commission has emphasized that reconciliation is not a one-time event; it is a multi-generational journey that involves all Canadians.”