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Gaye giinawind minjimendan/We Remember Acorn Diffuser Fundraiser
Gaye giinawind minjimendan/We Remember Acorn Diffuser Fundraiser

Gaye giinawind minjimendan/We Remember Acorn Diffuser Fundraiser

Vendor
LJ Turtle Aromatherapy
Regular price
$7.50
Sale price
$7.50

13 in stock

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One-of-a-Kind Acorn Diffuser 

100% of proceeds will be donated to the Woodland Cultural Centre's 'Save the Evidence' campaign. 

The acorn is an auspicious symbol; the acorn is the seed for a future oak tree.  With this in mind, we are hopeful that the 94 calls to action resulting from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission report from 2015 will come into fruition and begin the healing process for all Indigenous people's across Turtle Island. 

Handcrafted with a foraged acorn top and hand-felted 'acorn', this aromatherapy diffuser is great for hanging in your closet, in a window, as an ornament, or on your rear-view mirror.  Simply add 1 drop of your favourite essential oil or LJ Turtle blend to the felt ball and allow to soak in. Re-apply as needed.

  • Made in Guelph, Ontario
  • Felted wool with ribbon and a real acorn top 
  • No two acorns are alike! Each differs in size and colour
  • You will receive a randomly chosen colour - you may indicate a colour preference at check-out, but unfortunately we can't guarantee colour preferences.

'Save the Evidence is a campaign to raise awareness and support for the restoration of the former Mohawk Institute Residential School, and to develop the building into an Interpreted Historic Site and Educational Resource. As a site of conscience, the final goal is to create a fully realized Interpretive Centre that will be the definitive destination for information about the history of Residential Schools in Canada, the experiences of Survivors of the schools, and the impact that the Residential School system has had on our communities.'


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