BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres

Working together for a brighter future

BC Friendship Centres

The Friendship Centre Movement is built on community support, trust, strong leadership, tradition and faith.

The BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres (BCAAFC) is the umbrella organization for the 25 Friendship Centres located throughout the province.

BC Friendship Centres are a part of a national network of caring centres united by the vision of a vibrant society that supports the health, wellness, and prosperity of Indigenous people.

25

Friendship Centres In BC

1000

Employees

1000000

Points of Service

Points of Service: The number of client interactions reported each year.
Every one of these interactions has a positive ripple effect.

Recent News

Removal of sex-based discrimination from the Indian Act: descendants of First Nations women entitled to registration Dr. Sharon McIvor launched
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BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres Announces New Board of Directors
July 2019 (VICTORIA, BC) – The BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres (BCAAFC) elected three new board members with eight remaining on the
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What’s Up at Wachiay – multimedia for Friendship Centres
Wachiay Aboriginal Multimedia (WaMM), working out of the Wachiay Friendship Centre in Courtenay, BC, is now podcasting! “We intend to
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