The Belfast Co-op’s Common Cents group for April is Nibezun! Every shopper may ’round-up’ their purchases at the Co-op to donate to our monthly recipient. 100% of all donations received through Common Cents go on to each month’s group.
We are a Wabanaki-led Nonprofit supporting generational healing through culture, community, and connection with the land. Nibezun’s mission is healing the next Seven Generations through the seeds of healing: mind, body, soul, social, earth, culture, and water. Nibezun is formerly known as the Wabanaki Cultural Preservation Coalition.
Nibezun resides on sacred Wabanaki land along the Penobscot River, where we celebrate culture as medicine, provide an inclusive space for healing, and promote sustainability for all people and future generations.
Your donation helps us to protect and preserve our cultural traditions by providing resources for programs dedicated to healing within Wabanaki territory.
For more information visit: www.nibezun.org
Who are the Wabanaki? The four Maine Indian tribes are the Maliseet, Micmac, Penobscot and Passamaquoddy, known collectively as the Wabanaki or “People of the Dawnland. From: www.abbemuseum.org/about-the-wabanaki-nations
100% of all donations received through Common Cents go on to each month’s group.