The Friendship Centre movement is built on community support, trust, strong leadership, tradition and faith and is mandated to improve the quality of life for Aboriginal Peoples throughout Canada. Located in Victoria BC, the BCAAFC is the umbrella association for 25 Friendship Centres throughout the Province of British Columbia.
NEW - BC Aboriginal Funding Conference for First Nations and Aboriginal organizations - September 23-25, 2015
Registration is open for the BC Aboriginal Funding Conference for First Nations and Aboriginal Organizations taking place in Victoria, BC on September 23-25, 2015.
Hosted by the BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres, this event will bring together sixty federal, provincial, public, and private funders to share their funding opportunities with 400 BC First Nations and Aboriginal organizations.If you are a First Nations or Aboriginal organization seeking funding for new or existing programs and services this event may be for you.
Registration Website: https://funding-conference.bcaafc.com/
For further information please contact Della Preston firstname.lastname@example.org or at 250-388-5522 or 1-800-990-2432
A Research Project of BCAAFC's 'Five by Five' Aboriginal Jobs Strategy
Welcome! Economic Empowerment of BC’s Aboriginal Youth is a youth driven project grounded in community based research. It is designed to give youth, Friendship Centres, employers, academia, and other stakeholders the opportunity to discuss ways to support Aboriginal youth in achieving success in employment and education. For more information....