Get Involved

The Tar Sands Trial could set the most powerful precedent ever in Canadian court.
Here’s how you can provide vital support:

Make a donation right now. Beaver Lake Cree Nation needs $120k to fight attempts by government lawyers to revoke the Advance Cost Award they fought so hard to win.

Right now, from May 5th 2020, donations will be DOUBLED.

Use our online tools to create your own fundraising page: set a goal, tell your friends, and watch the money roll in.

Post a video, photo or story sharing why you are supporting the Tar Sands Trial and share with the hashtags #solidarityfromhome #tarsandstrial.


We are using the power of the crowd to beat the tar sands. Lean in and lend a hand by sharing this campaign on social media and letting your friends know how they can join you to support The Tar Sands Trial. Because together, we are a mighty force for justice.



Post on social media and make it personal: tell people why YOU 
are part of this campaign.


Engage your inner circle: create an online fundraiser and reach out via email, text message, or phone call.


Share your fundraiser and keep everyone updated on your progress and impact.



Share your success by thanking donors and posting updates!

Double your impact: donate and share on social media.

This groundbreaking Indigenous rights case could stop expansion of Canada’s tar sands. Join me: Donate, and your contribution will be MATCHED, doubling your impact. 



Online solidarity is our secret weapon to how we’ve raised over a million dollars for Indigenous legal challenges to tar sands pipelines — and how we’re going to raise nearly a million more dollars for the Tar Sands Trial.

Turbocharge your fundraising by getting active on social media. Join a ‘virtual rally’ by posting a video with the hashtags #solidarityandhome #tarsandstrial, share our social media graphics, or reach out to your friends and family with an invitation to donate to a fundraising page you set up on our fast, easy crowdfunding platform. 

Fundraise online toolkit

We’re using the power of the crowd to defend the climate.
Set up an online fundraiser to give your friends and family a way to get involved in putting reconciliation into action.

The average fundraiser raises $700.


Step ONE: Create your fundraiser

Visit  our online fundraising portal and click the “Become a Fundraiser” button. Start by fundraising as an individual: even if you plan on joining or creating a team, you need to start with your own individual profile. Set a Goal, End Date and Catchy Headline.

Step TWO: Customize your Story

Click the MANAGE button in the top right hand corner. The app will walk you through how to customize your story and personalize your email messages.

Step THREE: Share your fundraiser

Give your fundraiser a little momentum by reaching out to friends and family directly via an email, text message, or phone call. Once you’ve done your first round of personal outreach, social media is a great next step to keep everyone updated on your progress and impact.

Step FOUR: Post campaign updates

• Click the “Manage” button in the top right hand corner of your screen. • Under the “Story” tab, click “Updates”, then click “Create New Update” • Write your story  • click “Publish”

Then, choose the Facebook and/or Twitter buttons to share your update on social media.


Thank you for standing with Indigenous Peoples
for climate justice!


  • Artwork by Evan Cardinal, Beaver Lake Cree Nation, and Lianne Charlie, Na-cho Nyak Dun and Beadwork by Violet Cardinal, Beaver Lake Cree Nation Photography by Ian Jackson and Serena Anderson, Beaver Lake Cree Nation Vidoegraphy by Avi Lewis
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