The TLC Fund honors the late 7th Generation Leader, Toni Lane Casserly's devoted support of Standing Rock. This Fund is dedicated to uplifting the Voices and Presence of Indigenous Young People and Elders throughout Social Media, locally, regionally, and globally, and the self-development of their rural Indigenous communities across the Americas. These funds exclusively support Young People, Elders, and their Communities.
The TLC Fund's Social Media Initiative is raising the Voices and Presence of the Indigenous Young People and Elders during World Unity Week, Global Days of Unity, The Caravan of Unity, The International Day of Peace, and Fall Equinox, September 21st and 22nd, 2020.
All the Ceremonies of 2020 will culminate on December 22nd, 2020.
The first Community Project is a New Playground and Basketball Court for the Community of Wakpala, the People of Chief Gall, on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. This project will be documented by the Indigenous Women of Seeding Sovereignty. The Young People and Elders of Wakpala were the first to stand up as Water Protectors to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.
This continues the work of the late Toni Lane Casserly, the Pachamama Alliance, United Religions Initiative, UNIFY, Compassion Games International, Four Worlds International Institute, and the Wakpala Spiritual Unity Society.
Please support our Indigenous Young People and Elders in bringing their message of Love, Respect, Honor, and Unity of our Human Family, Mother Earth, and all Living Beings.
May we always remember that the Hurt of One is the Hurt of All, and the Honor of One is the Honor of All.
UNIFY is a 501(c)3 Charitable Organization.