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Our impact focuses on creating equitable outcomes for Indigenous Peoples, and our tool of choice is technology. We achieve this impact every day through our work in supporting the Indigenous Innovation and Reconciliation movements with our skills and resources. By being an example of an Indigenous-focused tech company, we hope to inspire the next generation of Indigenous youth to choose technology and entrepreneurship as a career path. We believe that investing in technology is the path forward for economic justice, self-sufficiency, and equitable outcomes for Indigenous Peoples and advocate that economic development initiatives transition away from resource extraction to knowledge-based economies.
Here at Animikii, we attribute our business success directly with giving back to our communities. Our business depends on our ability to effectively give back to the community, just as much as it depends on our ability to deliver great products and services to our clients.
Below is a summary of the last few years however you can see full details in our social impact reports.
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Our giving back efforts generally fall into one of the following categories:
Work and volunteering hours that Animikii donated to projects for clients and partners. These hours include projects within our areas of expertise as a digital agency.
Funds provided by Animikii to charities, organizations, students, and businesses in the forms of financial sponsorships, grants, scholarships, bursaries, and charitable donations.
Activities we feel directly support Reconciliation in Canada. These activities are not necessarily volunteering or operational; they are actions we take because when we see an opportunity to use our skills and resources to advance the Reconciliation movement in Canada.
Actions that Animikii undertakes to support the Indigenous technology, entrepreneurial and social innovation communities in Canada.