"The Fellowship of Ravens: Empowering Community and Making a Positive Impact"

Immerse yourself in the world of The Fellowship of Ravens, where inspiration from the tales of the raven and the indelible legacy of Edgar Allan Poe have led us to create a platform dedicated to making a positive impact in our community. Our goals encompass building an online community that provides valuable information, support, and resources to our visitors.
If you represent a charity or organization seeking to be featured, we invite you to contact us for potential inclusion on our 'Links' page. This page serves as a hub for the community to access essential resources, and we do not seek or receive any monetary gain for featuring charities, organizations, or foundations on our site.
Looking ahead, we aspire to establish a sanctuary that rescues dogs, cats, and other animals from the meat trade and kill shelters across Canada and the United States. Our vision is to provide these vulnerable creatures with a safe haven and a chance at a better life.
Furthermore, we are committed to supporting students diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) through the creation of a dedicated scholarship. By providing financial assistance, we aim to empower these students on their educational journey and help them overcome the challenges posed by PTSD.
In line with our mission, we are currently working on producing an audiobook version of 'A Soldier's Letter.' This audiobook will feature the voices of esteemed Legion Members, as well as the renowned voice talents of Vincent Corazza, Mark Ryan, Art Hindle, Kevin Hanchard, Marilyn Lightstone and John Reardon. Through the sale of the audiobook, we will contribute to both the Royal Canadian Legion and our TalesOf2Ravens Scholarship, furthering our commitment to supporting important causes.

Raven Tales

North American Pacific Northwest


Originally Raven lived in the land of spirits...bird land. In a place that existed before the world of humans. One day the Raven became so bored with bird land that he flew away, carrying a stone in his beak.




When Raven became tired of carrying the stone and dropped it, the stone fell into the ocean and expanded until it formed the firmament on which humans now live.


The Legend of Raven