The mission of Hockey Indigenous is to commit to the following principles:


  • Commitment: Hockey Indigenous wants to inspire unity, identity, belonging towards empowering youth, and instill a sense of hope for their future.

  • Opportunity: It’s about the ankle batters, children, and youth. Engaging support for parents, mentors, and adults. Influencing together is the main key.

  • Transparency: Bringing credibility, goodwill, and ensure to exercise responsibility for the public trustee, and the support from Hockey Indigenous fanbase.

  • Possibility: Hockey Indigenous wants to expand the perspective of the youth to make them aware of Vision, Prosperity, and help mastermind the dreams of their reality.

  • Development: Oversee and deliver national programs that enhances and motivate the participation of First Nation, Metis, and Inuit peoples – Children, Youth, Adults, and Communities. 

  • Approach: Citing an obligation to create a healthy and versatile mentality for First Nation, Metis, and Inuit people and our mission to stop the stigma of Paternalism, Discrimination, and Racism through education and Indigenous acknowledgements. 



Seeing young indigenous people wanting to succeed in hockey and education is a goal that has the highest achievement they can ever dream of. The spark is already fueling, the potential is there but one of the most challenging steps they have to overcome is to get funding for sponsorship/scholarship in order to leap over the obstacle.


Our vision is to help underprivileged young Indigenous People in Canada to succeed and help mastermind the dreams of their reality. With a Driven Mentality, it’s more than Hockey, it’s a feeling of belonging that can help pursue more than life itself.

Theory of Change


If we provide low-income hockey athletes/students with sponsorship with assistance, then they will get into better education, boost self-esteem in their game, and have improved life options and opportunities.