We are honoured.

To partner with a distinction-based approach alongside dozens of Indigenous communities and organizations from across Turtle Island.

Unify Partners resides

Unify Partners resides on the traditional ancestral, and unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples, including the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

Our logo incorporates Indigenous design

Recognizing the importance of story, language, land, and culture. While the current design is developed using a Creative Commons licensed pattern, we are currently exploring opportunities to co-design a new logo with local Indigenous artists. The design represents our dedication to weaving Indigenous Ways of Knowing throughout our journey.

As we walk together with our partners

We recognize that Indigenous reconciliation is not a single action or a quick fix it is a long-term commitment that requires genuine effort, empathy, and understanding. With unwavering dedication, we pledge to foster a meaningful process of reconciliation with Indigenous communities, promoting healing, respect, and a shared future. Our commitment to Indigenous reconciliation is an ongoing journey that will require continuous reflection, growth, and action.

Unify’s service

Unify’s service areas are developed based on deep experience working with Indigenous communities. By embracing the principles of respect, understanding, and empathy, we co-design capacity building and other supports for Indigenous governments and community organizations. Together, we will walk this path of reconciliation through:

Accelerating energy and food sovereignty in Indigenous communities, through partnership with our sister company ClimateDoor, by developing Indigenous-led partnerships with renewable energy and ag-tech providers.
Bolstering organizational capacity to acquire government funding, private investment, and other support to drive community economic development.
Co-developing training and other social development programs ranging from green energy and greenhouse training to Indigenous community health and language revitalization programs.