Native Northwest Every Child Matters Orange Shirt Day Wristband - .5"


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The Every Child Matters Vinyl Inspirational Wristbands help more people participate in the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Orange Shirt Day on September 30th. Made from stretchable polyester, these gorgeous wristbands feature a unique design by Ts'msyen (Tsimshian) artist Morgan Asoyuf with the words “Every Child Matters” inscribed in the centre. "Children are to be honoured, loved and respected and encouraged to thrive. This design reflects the multi generational impact of Residential Schools and the resilience of those who survived.” - Morgan Asoyuf, Ts’msyen (Tsimshian), Artist behind our Every Child Matters Orange Shirt Day product designs. Proceeds from Every Child Matters Orange Shirt Day products will be directed to the Native Northwest Reconciliation Fund to support people and families who continue to be impacted by Residential Schools and intergenerational trauma. Its purpose is to advance Reconciliation by funding initiatives that support Indigenous wellness, learning, and culture. In its first year, Every Child Matters Orange Shirt Day proceeds have already funded 250+ scholarships for Indigenous students at 20+ post-secondary institutions, in addition to supporting BC Aboriginal Childcare Society, Urban Native Youth Association, Aboriginal Head Start Association of BC, and more. Thank you for supporting Every Child Matters Orange Shirt Day.


  • .5” wide style fits youth to adult depending on size
  • S = fits wrists: 4.74" - 6.7"
  • M = fits wrists: 5.75" - 7.25"
  • made from recycled plastic bottles
  • features eagles - "Eagles represent the protection our ancestors provide to our families and in particular our children." - EVERY CHILD MATTERS by Morgan Asoyuf, Ts'msyen

artist: Morgan Asoyuf (Tsimshian)


Art is an intimate connection to our history, identity and our community. I am honoured to continue our traditions and to share them.

September 30th marks the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day, a day of remembrance and respect to honour the students and survivors of Canada's Residential School system.

On this day, Canadians are encouraged to wear an orange shirt to show their support for survivors and pay respects to those who did not make it.

Join us by wearing a Native Northwest Orange Shirt or wristband. Proceeds above the manufacturing, administrative, and operating costs will be directed to the Native Northwest Reconciliation Fund.


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