Here is a list of current HonorWorks projects
Honoring Our Heritage Curriculum examines the heritage of Native Americans in Whatcom County, Washington, but also explores the issues of stereotypes, cultural perspectives, and discrimination between the diverse populations that make up our community.
The Honoring Inspiration Film Festival is an annual film festival that aims to bring well-deserved visibility to the art of filmmaking and the message of inspiration that filmmakers wish to share.
NAHD Concert: Each year, the president of the United States declared November as National Native American Heritage Month and states in a White House proclamation: "I call upon all Americans to commemorate this month with appropriate programs and activities, and to celebrate November 29, 2013 as Native American Heritage Day." In honor of this day, HonorWorks is organizing the third annual Bellingham Native American Heritage Day concert.
First Friday: Simply put, First Friday is a monthly entertainment and networking event produced by HonorWorks and Swil Kanim. It’s a fun, family-friendly event for people who live in the greater Bellingham area and who love art and music. It takes place on the first Friday of every month.
Indian College Tour: Encouraging students to finish their degrees and helping them discover how to share their skills, gifts and talents with their communities.
Alternative High Schools: Bringing hope for a better future to kids may not have had an easy childhood.
Elementary Schools, Junior High School and High Schools on Indian Nation Lands: Sharing cultural and historic memories with our young ones.
Participation at cultural events (need to cover our overhead)
Keynote speaking: Spreading the message of honor to employees of non-profit and for-profit corporations.
The HonorCoin™ Project was created to help you honor yourself and those around you.
Honoring our Heritage Curriculum creates a foundation for classroom discussion, inquiry development, group and individual introspection.