Under new ownership, GoodMinds.com continues the traditions of community philanthropy and exceptional customer service established over the last 20 years. GoodMinds.com will remain on the Six Nations of the Grand River in Brantford, and a First Nations family-owned business. We maintain our passion for First Nations, Metis and Inuit authorship and education.
New owner, Achilles Gentle and his family are respected Ojibwe members of Skownan First Nation, Treaty 2 Territory in Manitoba. Achilles is the founder of The Teacher's Crate, a subscription box service specializing in supplies for teachers.
GoodMinds.com remains a leading source of Indigenous education resources for schools and libraries in North America, while continuing to promote Indigenous authors, illustrators and translators. Our French Collection of resources continues to expand.
GoodMinds.com continues to donate 5% of sales to The SILT Fund. Our goal is to support Indigenous communities that do not currently have a public library, and to help existing First Nations public libraries to enhance and expand.
GoodMinds.com publishes Indigenous authors through GoodMinds Publishing. We also accept invitations to book fairs. We offer webinars and through GoodMinds Consulting, we are also available to present at workshops, conferences and school professional development days.
The employees of GoodMinds.com provide a strong backbone for our organization. Our entire team focuses wholeheartedly on our customers' needs. Each is passionate about the role he or she plays, and we appreciate their dedication. Each individual's background and skills strengthen GoodMinds.com's goals, so we can provide you ~ our customers ~ with the absolutely best Indigenous books available, and unparalleled customer service.