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Information about First Nation and Aboriginal People Organizations in Ottawa offering volunteer opportunities. You can also view additional results of First Nation and Aboriginal People Organizations from other locations in Ontario or expand your results by changing the location from the menu to the right.

Organizations focusing on the needs of First Nations and Aboriginal peoples of Canada. Organizations and groups cover a multitude of areas and issues from health, education, social and business and also a focus on the concerns of the elderly and children in the aboriginal people's communities across Canada.



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Aboriginal Healing Foundation
75 Albert Street, Ottawa, Ontario

Our mission is to provide resources which will promote reconciliation and encourage and support Aboriginal people and their communities in building and reinforcing sustainable healing processes that address the legacy of physical, sexual, mental, cultural, and spiritual abuses in the residential school system, including intergenerational impacts.

Keywords: Health · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of Aboriginal Healing Foundation


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Aboriginal Nurses Association of Canada
16 Concourse Gate, Unit 600, Ottawa, Ontario

The mission of the Aboriginal Nurses Association of Canada is to improve the health of Aboriginal people, by supporting Aboriginal Nurses and by promoting the development and practice of Aboriginal Health Nursing.

Keywords: Health · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of Aboriginal Nurses Association of Canada


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Assembly of First Nations
473 Albert Street, Suite 900, Ottawa, Ontario

WE THE CHIEFS OF THE INDIAN FIRST NATIONS IN CANADA HAVING DECLARED:

THAT our peoples are the original peoples of this land having been put here by the Creator;
THAT the Creator gave us laws that govern all our relationships for us to live in harmony with nature AND MANKIND,
THAT the laws of the Creator defined our rights and responsibilities;
THAT the Creator gave us our spiritual beliefs, our languages, our cultures, and a place on Mother Earth which provided us with all our needs;
......

Keywords: Women · Homeless and Housing · Health · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Education and Literacy · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Assembly of First Nations


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Canadian Bar Association-Aboriginal Law
500 - 865 Carling Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario

The CBA is the essential ally and advocate of all members of the legal profession; it is the voice for all members of the profession and its primary purpose is to serve its members; it is the premier provider of personal and professional development and support to all members of the legal profession; it promotes fair justice systems, facilitates effective law reform, promotes equality in the legal profession and is devoted to the elimination of discrimination; the CBA is a leading edge organization committed to enhancing the professional and commercial interests of a diverse membership and to protecting the independence of the judiciary and the Bar.

Keywords: Justice and Legal · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of Canadian Bar Association-Aboriginal Law


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Congress of Aboriginal Peoples
867, boul. St. Laurent Blvd, Ottawa, Ontario

The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) is one of five National Aboriginal Representative Organizations recognized by the Government of Canada. Founded in 1971 as the Native Council of Canada (NCC), the organization was originally established to represent the interests of Métis and non-status Indians. Reorganized and renamed in 1993, CAP has extended its constituency to include all off-reserve status and non-status Indians, Métis and Southern Inuit Aboriginal Peoples, and serves as the national voice for its provincial and territorial affiliate organizations. CAP also holds consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), which facilitates its participation on international issues of importance to Indigenous Peoples.

Keywords: Leadership · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of Congress of Aboriginal Peoples


First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada

First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada
309 Cooper Street, Suite 401, Ottawa, Ontario

The First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada stands with First Nations children, youth and families for equal opportunities to succeed.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada


First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada

First Nations Confederacy of Cultural Education Centres
666 Kirkwood Avenue, Suite 302, Ottawa, Ontario

The First Nations Confederacy of Cultural Education Centres is a non-profit, national organization rep- resenting a unified voice that leads in the promotion, protection, revitalization and maintenance of First Nations languages, cultures and traditions as given by the Creator.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Education and Literacy · Cultural Centres

Volunteer Profile of First Nations Confederacy of Cultural Education Centres


First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada

National Aboriginal Health Organization
220 Laurier Ave. W., Suite 1200, Ottawa, Ontario

The National Aboriginal Health Organization is a knowledge based organization that excels in the advancement and promotion of health and well-being of all First Nations, Inuit and Métis individuals, families and communities.

Keywords: Health · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of National Aboriginal Health Organization


First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada

National Association of Friendship Centres
275 MacLaren Street, Ottawa, Ontario

Friendship Centres are Canada's most significant off-reserve Indigenous service delivery infrastructure and are the primary providers of culturally enhanced programs and services to urban Indigenous residents. For over half-a-century, Friendship Centres have been facilitating the transition of Indigenous people from rural, remote and reserve life to an urban environment. For many Indigenous people, Friendship Centres are the first point of contact to obtain referrals to cultural based socio-economic programs and services.

Keywords: Sports and Recreation · Seniors · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Cultural Centres · Children and Youth · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of National Association of Friendship Centres


First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada

Native Women's Association of Canada
1 Nicholas Street, Suite 900, Ottawa, Ontario

The Native Women's Association of Canada (NWAC) is founded on the collective goal to enhance, promote, and foster the social, economic, cultural and political well-being of First Nations and Métis women within First Nation, Métis and Canadian societies. NWAC is an aggregate of thirteen Native women's organizations from across Canada and was incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1974. Much like a "Grandmother's Lodge", we as aunties, mothers, sisters, brothers and relatives collectively recognize, respect, promote, defend and enhance our Native ancestral laws, spiritual beliefs, language and traditions given to us by the Creator.

Keywords: Women · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of Native Women's Association of Canada


First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada

Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada
520 - 1 Nicholas St., Ottawa, Ontario

Pauktuutit fosters greater awareness of the needs of Inuit women, advocates for equality and social improvements, and encourages their participation in the community, regional and national life of Canada. Pauktuutit leads and supports Inuit women in Canada in policy development and community projects in all areas of interest to them for the social, cultural, political and economic betterment of the women, their families and communities.

Keywords: Women · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada






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