Provincial Gathering and Day of FastingFebruary 13, 2019

Hold the date and join us in February for the annual Provincial Gathering and Day of Fasting in Victoria, BC!

Be a part of our Journey towards distributing 10 million moose hide pins across Canada and the world to raise awareness and action to end violence against all woman and children. Help us attain our vision of 1 million people in Canada fasting for a day in solidarity to show their commitments to creating a society free of violence against women and children.

Watch of the story of the Moose Hide Campaign movement so far…

Story of a Million Moose Hides videoThe Story of a Million
Moose Hides

2018 Gathering video2018 Provincial Gathering and Day of Fasting Event video Prime Minister Justin TrudeauPrime Minister's message  Province of BC video Province of BC video

 

“We will continue to ask men to take positive and concrete steps forward in standing up and speaking out against violence towards women and children. By taking part in this one day fast you are showing your love and respect for the women in your life and supporting their right for peace and safety in their homes and communities.” Paul Lacerte, co-Founder –Moose Hide Campaign

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Resourcesto help you during the Gathering

  • Fasting Guide +

    The Moose Hide Campaign is a call to action to all men in Canada to stand shoulder to shoulder to show ourselves, each other, and all Canadians that violence is no longer tolerated in our communities and society. On October 18, 2018, we are inviting men to fast with us to stand up against violence towards women and children. Should you choose to respond to this call to action, we have put together a simple guide to explain the significance of the fast for the Moose Hide Campaign, offer some guidance in setting your intention, and to highlight some tips to ensure your safety. Read More
  • Role of Women in the Moose Hide Campaign +

    The Moose Hide Campaign is a grassroots movement of Indigenous and non-Indigenous men and boys who are standing up against violence towards women and children. Wearing the Moose Hide signifies your commitment to honour, respect, and protect the women and children in your life and to work together with other men to end violence against women and children. This is a powerful idea and a commitment that is long over-due. But what about the role of Women in the Moose Hide Campaign? Read More
  • Why use moose hide in the Moose Hide Campaign +

    The question has been raised on a number of occasions as to why we use Moose Hide as the symbol for the Moose Hide Campaign and how it is associated to ending violence against women and children. The Moose Hide Campaign is open to receiving questions as one of the main objectives of the Campaign is to generate respectful dialogue. Read More
  • Fasting guide for those who cannot attend the Gathering +

    We encourage men and women to join us on October 18th for the National Gathering and Day of Fasting. Each year there is an annual Moose Hide Campaign gathering in Ottawa where men and women fast together. However, many will fast in their home communities throughout the country. This is an essential part of the Moose Hide Campaign and we want to ensure you are supported as you fast wherever you are. Here are some ideas to support you in your fast. Read More
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