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The First Nations, Inuit, and Métis services team at Family & Children's Services of the Waterloo Region is proud to actively support the Have a Heart Day Campaign.
The idea is simple. People from this part of Turtle Island (Canada) are encouraged to send Valentine's Day cards to the Prime Minister. The message is simple, too: it urges the Prime Minister to “have a heart” and provide equitable funding to Indigenous children and youth so that they have the same chance of achieving their dreams as non-Indigenous children.
For more information and to access the PDF of the card, click here.
Or, if you’d prefer, we have already-printed postcards in our main reception that you can pick up to sign and send off yourself. *To pick up a postcard, please go out main reception at 200 Ardelt Ave in Kitchener.*
There is no postage stamp needed to send mail to the Prime Minister's Office.