CTA architecture + design (CTA) joined Tears to Hope Society’s virtual relay race in Vancouver and Edmonton! With hopes to raise awareness and funding for the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, the Tears to Hope Society raises money to help support their surviving families.
Events like Tears to Hope Society’s annual relay race help raise awareness to the tragedy of the missing and murdered women and girls. Participating in such events allows people to show solidarity and support for the affected families while also fostering a sense of unity and camaraderie among participants. The Highway of Tears is a 719 km corridor of Highway 16 between Prince George and Prince Rupert in British Columbia, Canada, which has been the location of crimes against many Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, and the Tear’s to Hope Society was established to remember the lives of these women and girls.
By commemorating the lives of those who have been lost and acknowledging the pain experienced by their families, we can work towards a more inclusive and compassionate society. It’s essential to continue advocating for justice, prevention, and support for the Indigenous communities affected by this tragic issue.
A gracious thank you to The Tears to Hope Society for their efforts, and may our participation in Vancouver and Edmonton, truly show the reach that their effort extends.