WE ARE ALL FUTURE ANCESTORS.

Future Ancestors Services supports clients and community in honouring our responsibilities as future ancestors to shape the just and sustainable futures our next generations will inherit.

'MIYOONAKISHKATOOHK'

WELCOME TO FUTURE ANCESTORS SERVICES

A NEW KIND OF CONSULTING FIRM

INDIGENOUS, BLACK, AND YOUTH LED

Future Ancestors Services is an Indigenous and Black-owned, youth-led professional services social enterprise that advances climate justice and equity with lenses of anti-racism and ancestral accountability.

 

While centering decolonized and Indigenized practices, we support our clients and community in addressing systemic issues that disadvantage groups of people, our connections to land and others, and the well-being of Earth.

39K

Dollars mobilized or gifted for community initiatives

140

Diverse clients served, supported, and partnered with

47K

People reached directly though our services

9

Youth contractors leading Future Ancestors Services

EXPLORE OUR SERVICES

EXPLORE OUR SERVICES

WE SEEK TO SUPPORT CLIENTS IN HONOURING PEOPLE AND EARTH​.

Through an intergenerational team of professionals and advisors, we provide speaking, training, research and consulting services, and influencer and interview services to diverse clients.

 

We specialize in accessible, anti-ageist, anti-racist, bilingual, and transformational service delivery, and are committed to further learning.

TRAINING SERVICES

SPEAKING

Keynote

Fireside Chat

Panel

Moderating

Presentation

TRAINING

Workshops

Half-Day

Full-Day

Multiple-Day

Reports

RESEARCH

Consulting

Research

Gap Assessments

Strategic Planning

Engagement

INFLUENCER

Social Media 

Article Interview

Radio Interview

Video Interview

Strategy

FOR COMMUNITY

OUR PRIORITY SOURCE OF ACCOUNTABILITY IS COMMUNITY​.

When your accountability lies with community, you are afforded a freedom to assert a position grounded in what is best for people, kin, and Earth.

We understand that our client-facing services are one way that we can serve community and Earth: by supporting our clients through our services, we are improving their capacity to create better spaces and work outputs that honour people, kin, and environment in the past, present, and future.

But this is only one way we support community. We have several pathways of work that seek to directly uplift Black, Indigenous, racialized, LGBTQ2S+, and disabled communities.

SERVICE RECORDINGS

TAKE A LOOK AT OUR SERVICES IN ACTION.

FUTURE ANCESTORS

CONSTELLATION

An online platform that features Indigenous, Black, racialized, disabled, young and/or LGBTQ2S+ independent speakers, trainers, researchers, and artists available for hire in what is currently Canada.

OUR COMMUNITY SERVICES

We are conscious to provide accessible services and resources; one way we do this is through organizing free or donation-collecting events and sharing recordings, resources, and articles.

WAASHAYSHKWUN GRANT FUND

These grants  are awarded to Indigenous, Black, racialized, LGBTQ2S+, and disabled independent service providers based in what is currently Canada. Donate today.

OUR TEAM

MEET THE PEOPLE WHO DELIVER OUR SERVICES.

OUR DIVERSE CLIENTS

WE HAVE A MARKETING BUDGET OF $0.  

We rely solely on our reputation, social media engagement, and word-of-mouth recommendations to attract clients. 

 

We believe everyone has the opportunity to build their capacity in advancing climate justice and equity, from the smallest grassroots initiatives to the highest offices of settler states.

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ENGAGE ONLINE

JOIN OUR ONLINE COMMUNITY OF +23K BY FOLLOWING @ANCESTORSFUTURE.

"Your content is so digestible." "I screen shot your Instagram post for our strategic planning meeting." "I always come to your pages to find my next event."

We do social media with a purpose by creating and sharing resources that can truly inspire and tangibly further learning journeys. 

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Photo by / par Larissa Crawford