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Pride Celebration Box 2023

Honouring Rich Diversity: Celebrate Pride Month with the Two-Spirited Pride Celebration Box!

This very special gift box contains items to raise your spirits and celebrate Pride in June and all year long.

It features a mix of unique items crafted in collaboration with Indigenous artisans, giving you an opportunity to honour and celebrate our Two-Spirited family. 


A History of My Brief Body by Billy-Rae Belcourt // Indigiqueer Mug - Queer All Year //  Aaniin - Rainbow Socks // Tiny Rainbow Pin by Christine Brouzes // Pride Indigenous Hand Sticker by artbyJFM // Rainbow Feather Earrings by Atleo Deisgns // You are Loved Sticker by Indigenous Box // Rainbow Bear Gift Enclosure Cards


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Are changing the world.

We're just here to tell everybody.

Appreciation, not Appropriation

Indigenous Box is made by Indigenous People, with us in mind, but for anyone to enjoy.


Apparel and accessories
Art Prints
Books and Literature
Food and Beverage
Bath and Body

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Our custom gifts are in demand with over 400 corporate, non-profit, and government organizations. Join us to find out why.

Let's tell the world

Indigenous Box™ helps people discover and support Indigenous businesses.

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

Find out why

Over 500 organizations trust Indigenous Box with their custom gifting.

you pick it

we pack it

they love it

you pick it

we pack it

they love it

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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.