the FOUNDATION's Financial reports

Greetings to Elders, Knowledge Keepers, Board Members and fellow Survivors

Dr. Jacqueline Maurice Foundation’s Chief Executive Officer, Spring 2023

We are committed to responsible stewardship of the the national settlement for Sixties Scoop survivors provides $50 million to establish the Sixties Scoop Foundation.

The Foundation is fully independent of government and it is for everyone impacted by the Sixties Scoop, and primarily for survivors across the country.

Entrusted to us, including transparency in our actions and Information.

We are pleased to share our financial and investment information, as well as the policies that govern our activities.

2018 Audited Financial Statements [PDF]
2019 Audited Financial Statements [PDF]
2020 Audited Financial Statements [PDF]
2021 Audited Financial Statements [PDF]
2022 Audited Financial Statements [PDF]

Sixties Scoop Healing Foundation notes to Financial Statements.

We are grateful for your continued support of the Foundation and invite you to learn more about our grant recipients as they continue their work contributing to the healing and wellness of our community. 

In the spirit of healing, restoration and solidarity,  gilakas'la, kinanâskomitin, marsee, marsi cho, migwetch, nia;wen, niaut, nakummek, nakirmiik, tshinashkumitin, wela'lin, tiawenhk, wliWni, nakummek, tiniki, LimLimpt, merci, thank you,

Sixties Scoop Healing Foundation Board Members
Wayne Garnons-Williams, Chair
Selina Legge, Treasurer/Secretary
Eric Phillips, Board Member
Danelle St-Laurent, Board Member
Rochelle Guiboche, Chair of Communications
Pauletta Tremblett, Chair of Programs
Shirley Cardinal, Chair of Human Resources
Michael Christain, Chair of Fundraising