Moose Cree “Every Child Matters” Hoodie
Introducing our “Every Child Matters” hoodie, designed for the Moose Cree First Nation to honour and remember all those impacted by residential schools. Inspired by our Cree Designer’s band, Moose Cree First Nation, this design features a mother moose “nôše-môso” and her two babies “môšošiš”.
The hoodie features a powerful design that showcases the endurance and survival symbolized by the moose, an animal deeply rooted in the Indigenous culture. Each mark represents the missing and murdered Indigenous children who were taken from their families and communities.
For every hoodie purchased, we will donate $5 of the proceeds to True North Aid, an organization committed to providing practical humanitarian support to Indigenous communities in Canada.
Made from cotton, this hoodie is soft, comfortable, and perfect for everyday wear. Wear it proudly to show your support for the Moose Cree First Nation and to raise awareness about the ongoing impact of residential schools. Join us in honouring the memories of the Indigenous children who were taken from their communities and help support the important work of True North Aid. Get your “Every Child Matters” hoodie today.
If there’s one fashion rule to live by, let it be that comfort doesn’t have to be compromised for the sake of style. Pair the super-soft unisex eco raglan hoodie with joggers for a relaxed look, or elevate the outfit with a skirt, oversized blazer, or classic trousers. The hoodie’s brushed inside ensures a comfy and snug feel, and will keep you warm during the colder days.
• Outside: 100% organic cotton
• Charcoal melange is 60% cotton, 40% recycled polyester
• Inside for all colors: 80% organic cotton, 20% recycled polyester
• Brushed lining
• Regular fit
• Raglan sleeves
• Ribbed cuffs and hem
• Drawstrings with metal eyelets and stoppers
• Jersey-lined hood
• Blank product sourced from Bangladesh
This product is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you. Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions!