COMMUNITY COMMITMENT AND BEYOND
INDIGEO VOLO is also a duly constituted British Columbia non-profit. Any money that is generated through ticket sales and events or donations goes directly back into running future events, maintaining equipment, and other operational costs.
As of 2021, we are also proud to say that INDIGEO VOLO makes charitable donations to local or provincial efforts to help those in emergency or otherwise unfortunate circumstances.
Black in BC Community Support Fund for COVID-19
There is no expectation that the funds will be repaid, or that recipients will report back on how the money was spent. Our expectation is that the funds raised here will be used by recipients for their most urgent needs. We believe that if we work together, we can help ensure that Black people in BC survive this time of crisis.
Since 2008, INSIGHT UKRAINE has provided LGBTQ+ Ukrainians with access to safe housing, gender-affirming medications, legal assistance, and psychological counseling and support for LGBTQ+ communities and for women.
Right now, they are running emergency LGBTQI+ shelters in Lviv and Chernivtsi and ensuring hormone and medication deliveries to LGBTQ+ people in different cities in Ukraine. When possible, they are evacuating LGBTQ+ people to safer locations and connecting them with host organizations in the EU and other countries.
The Highway of Tears is where so many women, particularly Indigenous women, have gone missing or been murdered. Efforts to address domestic and gender-based violence have historically been led by women and women’s organizations.
The Campaign was founded on the belief that men and boys need to step up and take action too, challenging behaviour that leads to violence and developing a culture of healthy masculinity. The Campaign was founded on the belief that men and boys need to step up and take action too, challenging behaviour that leads to violence and developing a culture of healthy masculinity.