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How We're Celebrating Frontera's 5th Anniversary ๐ŸŽ‰

Updated: Sep 12


Frontera Forest Solutions


Frontera is Turning Five Years Old!


To celebrate our success and recognize the support we've received from BC communities since 2018, we are on a fundraising mission to donate $5000 to charitable causes.


We've chosen two important charities, with the aim of donating $2500 to each:

  1. Indian Residential School Survivors Society (IRSSS)

  2. United for BC Wildfire Recovery Fund


In order to meet our goal, we're looking to our closest friends, family and colleagues for help.


Here's How to Help


We've partnered with each charity to create custom donation links. For every dollar donated by friends and family, Frontera will double your contribution up to a total campaign donation of $5,000 ($2500 to each charity).









Indian Residential School Survivors Society


Indian Residential School Survivors Society


At Frontera, we support reconciliation efforts and believe meaningful reconciliation starts with healing. Our anniversary celebration is being held near this year's National Day of Truth and Reconciliation (September 30, 2023). To recognize this new holiday, we would like to again support the IRSSS.


We chose the IRSSS because this non-profit supports an array of direct reconciliation efforts towards healing BC First Nations people. Donations go to fund the following IRSSS services:

  • Emotional support

  • Trauma-informed cultural support

  • Support for families of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls

  • Support for people impacted by Indian Day Schools and Indian Day Scholars

  • QWUM QWUM XWII XWAAQQXX Youth Justice Program

  • Presentations and workshops

  • LGBTQI+ support.





United for BC Wildfire Recovery Fund

United for BC Wildfire Recovery Fund


We chose the United for BC Wildfire Recovery Fund (United Way Canada) for the obvious reason that this year's wildfires have been very hard on British Columbia's communities โ€“ in particular the Fort St. John area, the Shushwap, West Kelowna and Gold Bridge, to name a few.


These are communities we serve and who have supported us over the years and we feel it is important to give back. By donating to the United for BC Wildfire Recovery Fund you support:

  • Emergency support (rapid response and supplies to communities)

  • Direct community-specific grants

  • Pop-up camps for kids

  • Community meals

  • Long-term recovery (mental health, children support services, insurance, social services).




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Frontera Forest Solutions is a forestry consultancy located in North Vancouver, British Columbia. With clients all around Western Canada, Frontera specializes in helping communities develop wildfire resiliency though innovative forest management an urban forestry, grant writing and training and curriculum development.


To explore how we can work with your community, reach out here.


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