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Indigenous owned. We make it really easy to discover Indigenous business.

Give a luxurious, lovingly-crafted, and meaningful gift every time

Effortless gifting, beautiful boxes. We promise.

Let's tell the world

Canada's youngest and fastest-growing population starting businesses at 9x the national average with an exploding economic footprint to match.

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  • CBC News
  • CTV
  • Globe and Mail
  • Chatelaine
  • The national
  • Indigenomics
  • CCAB
  • City of Edmonton
  • Shopify
  • Windspeaker
  • Global
  • Rbc
  • star

Featured collection

Make-A-Mocha Box
Sale price
$76.05
List price
$85
Curriculum Box - Grade 7-12
Price
$105
"Dream, Direction, and Determination" Box
Price
$127
"Sweetheart" Box
Price
$173
"Get Well Soon" Box
Price
$95
"Stay Deadly" box
Price
$135
The "Rugged and Handsome" Box
Price
$100
"Bannock and Beeswax" Box
Price
$85
The "Winter Vibes" Box
Price
$115
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"Stoodis" Affirmation Mini Box
Price
$88
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"Skoden" Affirmation Mini Box
Price
$88
"Tea and Chocolate" Mini Box
Price
$42

A Custom Gifting Experience

Use our build-a-box feature to send a few gifts or try Indigenous Box Concierge to create the perfect gift at your scale

Trusted By

  • Our clients
  • tmx
  • telus
  • Air Canada
  • sobeys
  • cibc
  • un
  • SNC
  • maple leaf
  • edmonton
  • eia
  • wenjack
  • macewan
  • sfu
  • humber
  • apple
  • fb
  • cpaa
  • ccab
  • abc
  • rcm

Find out why

Over 300 organizations trust Indigenous Box with their custom gifting

Indigenous entrepreneurs are doing incredible things!

It's 2022 and Indigenous people across Turtle Island are making big moves.

Indigenous Box is telling the world.

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Whether you need a few gifts, or thousands

Indigenous Box™ proudly acknowledge that the land on which we operate, in Treaty Six Territory, is home to many First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples including the Cree, Blackfoot, Metis, Nakota Sioux, Iroquois, Dene, Ojibway, Saulteaux and Inuit. We honour and respect the cultures, languages, stories, ceremonies and histories of the many nations whose traditions were established before treaty. We also acknowledge that this land holds a rich legacy of the promise to live side by side in peace and friendship “for as long as the sun shines, grass grows and river flows”, as written in Treaty Six, signed in Fort Pitt in 1876.