Indigifund open for athletes to apply for sports bursary

IndigiFund, a recently launched non-profit organization, is set to provide financial assistance to Indigenous youth aged 15 to 30 in the areas of sport, education, and culture.

Launched by Kendal Netmaker, a speaker and entrepreneur, along with his wife and sister to amplify assistance in the areas that may need extra help, the fund has already named two rounds of bursary recipients.

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Over the years, the trio have donated tens of thousands of dollars to helping youth through their apparel brand, and now they are looking for support in their mission to empower young Indigenous people across the country.

The fund announced Maxwell Hill, from the Seneca Nation from Six Nations in Southern Ontario, as a recipient in April of this year. Hill is the Director of Indigenous Issues for the Lakehead Law Students’ Society. Recently, and he played varsity football for the University of Waterloo.

Those interested are encouraged to apply here: ad will be prompted to follow a four-sep process to provide a personal introduction, proof of status, a recent photo and a letter of recommendation.

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