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Early Bird x Sisters United Ticket

Early Bird x Sisters United Ticket
Early Bird x Sisters United Ticket

Early Bird x Sisters United Ticket


Support Sisters United with the purchase of this Early Bird ticket for Sacred Sheep. 

$5 from each ticket sold will be donated directly to Sisters United. 

Purchase your Early Bird x Sisters United ticket for Sacred Sheep for a reduced rate through midnight August 31st, 2023. 

A one day celebration inspired by and showcasing our fiber community, artful makers in the PNW at The Redd on Salmon in Portland, OR.

Saturday, November 4th 2023 from 12 - 7 pm

Ticket Terms and Conditions

Tickets can not be refunded or exchanged. Transfers are permitted. 

**Please note that there is ADA parking available, that The Redd on Salmon is fully accessible and that we can provide companion tickets for those who need them, please reach out to directly for assistance**

About Sisters United

Sisters United was started in early 2019 by Candice English and her company, The Farmers Daughter Fibers. As a budding and successful entrepreneur, the Blackfeet artist could no longer turn a blind eye to the effects that historical trauma, drug and alcohol abuse, poverty and violence are having in both the urban and rural indigenous communities in Montana, 

What started out as a monthly initiative to raise funds for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) has since turned into a life form of its own. Within the first year and with the help of the Fiber Arts community they raised almost $20,000 for organizations who are empowering and supporting Native American Women and created the Sisters United Scholarship that awards one Great Falls Public School student with $5,000 of higher education. 

The need for their efforts and organization quickly became evident as they started 2020 off by offering financial support for the search of Selena Not Afraid (Missing and Found Deceased, 2019). And just a few weeks into 2020 they obtained their 501c3. With this nonprofit status they have been able to transform their initiative into a grassroots organization that helps create opportunities for Indigenous Women and Children, offer financial support in the ground work to find Missing Indigenous People and fund essential programs to heal their Indigenous Communities and keep them safe.