Our goal is to help each of you best support your own community’s needs. That means the 4Rs team will not only provide funding for you to host your gathering, but we will also offer support as a team, and connect you to knowledge holders within our network (on Turtle Island and internationally). That could look like sharing learnings with one another that deepen our understanding of the complexity of reconciliation, coaching through the edges of conflict that arise in this work, helping you set the intention for your gathering/projects (including design, facilitation and evaluating your impact), as well as planning supports such as outreach, budgeting, travel & logistics. Combined, these supports contribute to building a community that acts, reflects, integrates and mobilizes together. We will also have learning conversations to help activate our knowledge bundles this year. These conversations with elders, other youth groups and practitioners can offer complementary frameworks and worldviews that align with a multitude of Indigenous teachings, as well as an opportunity to learn about deep healing work that have their origins in disability, queer, Black and People of Colours movements.