Land Forest People supports communities through sponsorships and in-kind contributions.


Lower Stl'atl'imx Tribal Council Golf Fundraiser (2012–)

Since 2012 Land Forest People has supported the Lower Stl'atl'imx Tribal Council golf fundraiser. Proceeds from this tournament contribute to furthering the training and capacity development of the LSTC's five member nations: Samahquam, Skatin, X'a'xtsa, Lil'wat, and N'Quatqua.


In-SHUCK-ch Days (2007–2015)

Running from 2007 to 2015, In-SHUCK-ch Days was an annual celebration designed to enhance identity and pride while promoting tradition and values. The celebration brought together families, friends, youth, and neighbours from the surrounding communities to showcase St'at'imc culture and recognize the significant accomplishments of the In-SHUCK-ch people.


Tzeachten Aboriginal Wellness Day (2016–)

The Aboriginal Wellness Day Celebration is hosted by Tzeachten First Nation and their partners at Stó:lõ, Soowahlie, Skwah, Yakweakwioose, Shxwhá:y Village, and Skowkale First Nations. These communities are dedicated to the health of the people. Bringing people together enhances quality of life and Land Forest People is pleased to be able to support this initiative.



Skelkela7lhkáha Society brings together the Elders of Skatin Nations, Samahquam Ucwalmicw, and Xa'xtsa. Their hope is to encourage youth to become involved and informed citizens and to provide guidance for community spiritual events so the history of the Lower Stl'atl'imx is passed onto the youth.


Gathering our voices (2013–)

Since 2013 Land Forest People has supported the youth of Tzeachten First Nation and other communities attend Gathering our Voices. Empowering youth and providing them with opportunities to come together and engage in issues of importance to their community bodes well for the future.


Tsawout seafood festival (2014)

Land Forest People is pleased to have sponsored the 2014 Tsawout Seafood Festival on beautiful TIXEN. Sustainable communities value health, education, culture, connection to land and sea, and respect for all people. The seafood festival supports all of these. 


Tzeachten Green Community

The Tzeachten First Nation Green Community initiative brings the people together in promoting a clean and healthy environment and a positive future for generations to come.