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Volunteer information and opportunities from First Nation and Aboriginal People Organizations in Canada. You can also view fewer results of First Nation and Aboriginal People Organizations by selecting a specific city or province 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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2spirits.com
593 Yonge Street, Suite 202, Toronto, Ontario

2-Spirited People of the 1st Nations is a non-profit social services organization whose membership consists of Aboriginal gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people in Toronto.

Keywords: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of 2spirits.com


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Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of BC
1010-100 Park Royal, West Vancouver, British Columbia

Healthy, prosperous Aboriginal communities rely on effective leadership, solid economic foundations and a strong sense of community pride. This is the premise upon which the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of BC (AFOA) was founded in 1996.

Keywords: Leadership · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of BC


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Aboriginal Head Start Association of BC
Box 271, Cobble Hill, British Columbia

The Aboriginal Head Start Association of British Columbia (AHSABC) is a nonprofit society made up of the 12 urban Aboriginal Head Start (AHS) preschool sites in BC.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Education and Literacy · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Aboriginal Head Start Association of BC


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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 Housing Management Association
605-100 Park Royal, West Vancouver, British Columbia

It is our goal to have all Aboriginal housing in BC owned, operated, and managed by the Aboriginal community. To make this possible, we are working with BC Housing to have all off reserve Aboriginal housing in BC devolved to AHMA.

Keywords: Poverty · Homeless and Housing · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of Aboriginal Housing Management Association


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Aboriginal Human Resource Council
708 - 2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

We help corporations (demand-side) build prosperous partnerships with Indigenous people, businesses and communities so they can tap into the financial potential of win-win relationships. We also created a charity, Kocihta, to build Indigenous workforce capacity (supply-side).

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Employment and Careers

Volunteer Profile of Aboriginal Human Resource Council


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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


Aboriginal Pavilion

Aboriginal Pavilion
16 Spadina Road, Suite 303, Toronto, Ontario

Volunteers are needed for the Aboriginal Art, Culture, and Sport Festival that is happening during the PAN Am/PARAPAN Games! Be a part of this exciting event happening July 10th - 26th at the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto (NCCT) and the Garrison Commons (next to Fort York) that is hosting artists, musicians, performers, and vendors from all over North America! Sharing the traditions of Aboriginal peoples while promoting diversity, the Aboriginal Pavilion is seeking: talent associates, green team members, workshop associates, elder attendants, and more!

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Aboriginal Pavilion


Aboriginal Pavilion

Aboriginal Physical Activity & Cultural Circle
6520 Salish Drive, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Aboriginal Physical Activity and Cultural Circle (APACC) is a network for Aboriginal people who are involved in Sports, Recreation, Fitness and Traditional Activities. APACC is a registered non-profit organization.

Keywords: Sports and Recreation · Seniors · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Disabled · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Aboriginal Physical Activity & Cultural Circle


Aboriginal Pavilion

Aboriginal Tourism Association of BC
600 - 100 Park Royal South, West Vancouver, British Columbia

The Aboriginal Tourism Association of British Columbia (ATBC) is a non-profit, Stakeholder-based organization that is committed to growing and promoting a sustainable, culturally rich Aboriginal tourism industry.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Environment · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Aboriginal Tourism Association of BC


Aboriginal Pavilion

ACCESS - Aboriginal Community Career Employment Services Society
108 - 100 Park Royal, West Vancouver, British Columbia

Aboriginal Community Career Employment Services Society is designed to stimulate and support innovative labour market initiatives. Human resource development is an integral aspect of Aboriginal self-determination and capacity building.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Employment and Careers

Volunteer Profile of ACCESS - Aboriginal Community Career Employment Services Society


Aboriginal Pavilion

Adaka Cultural Festival
First Ave and Main Street, Whitepass Building, Whitehorse, Yukon

At its idyllic location at the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre on the Whitehorse waterfront, the Adäka Cultural Festival shines with awesome energy, arousing inspiration, pride, and excitement in the thousands of artists, visitors, and supporters who attend the Festival each year.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Festival · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Adaka Cultural Festival


Aboriginal Pavilion

All Nations Development Corporation
208-345 Yellowhead Hwy, Kamloops, British Columbia

All Nations Trust Company is Aboriginal owned. Shareholders are comprised of Bands, Tribal Councils, Aboriginal Organizations, Métis Associations, Status, Non-Status and Métis individuals.

Keywords: Leadership · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of All Nations Development Corporation


Aboriginal Pavilion

All Nations Hope AIDS Network Inc
2735 5 Ave, Regina, Saskatchewan

All Nations Hope has been providing education, service and support to communities, families, schools and organizations in the province of Saskatchewan since 1995.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · AIDS

Volunteer Profile of All Nations Hope AIDS Network Inc


Aboriginal Pavilion

Antidote
620 View St, Suite 407A, Victoria, British Columbia

Established in 2002, antidote is an award-winning grassroots network and community-based organization of multiracial girls and women in Victoria, British Columbia.

Keywords: Women · Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of Antidote


Aboriginal Pavilion

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


Aboriginal Pavilion

Association of BC First Nations Addictions Services
3246 Riverview Rd, Creston, British Columbia

The Association (ABCFNAS) is an inter-agency network of residential/outpatient addictions programs operated by First Nations in the province of B.C. Currently, the Association has a membership of 10 programs located both in rural and urban settings

Keywords: Health · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Association of BC First Nations Addictions Services


Aboriginal Pavilion

B.C. Elders Communication Center Society
1415 Weiwaikum Road, Campbell River, British Columbia

B.C. Elders Communication Center Society strives to be a positive way for the Aboriginal Elders of British Columbia to gain strength from the greater community; their family and friends who live throughout all of the traditional territories that make up British Columbia.

Keywords: Seniors · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of B.C. Elders Communication Center Society


Aboriginal Pavilion

B.Y.T.E Yukon Youth
2- 407 Ogilvie Street, Whitehorse, Yukon

BYTE is a `by youth, for youth' organization that focuses on empowering and promoting youth throughout the Yukon and Canada's north.

Keywords: Sports and Recreation · Justice and Legal · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Environment · Employment and Careers · Education and Literacy · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of B.Y.T.E Yukon Youth


Aboriginal Pavilion

BC Aboriginal Child Care Society
708-100 Park Royal, West Vancouver, British Columbia

The British Columbia Aboriginal Child Care Society (BCACCS) is committed to nurturing excellence through community outreach, training, education, research and advocacy, to ensure every Aboriginal child in BC has access to spiritually enriching, culturally relevant, high quality early childhood development services.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of BC Aboriginal Child Care Society


Aboriginal Pavilion

BC Aboriginal Network on Disability Society
1179 Kosapsum Crescent, Victoria, British Columbia

The British Columbia Aboriginal Network on Disability Society has been in successful existence for over 20 years. During those years the Society has seen great change and growth as we, as an organization, have matured, increased our capacity and continually gained insight from our clients, Nations, communities and British Columbia's Aboriginal leadership.

Keywords: Health · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Disabled

Volunteer Profile of BC Aboriginal Network on Disability Society


Aboriginal Pavilion

BC Assembly of First Nations
507-100 Park Royal South, West Vancouver, British Columbia

The BCAFN is also an incorporated society under the Societies Act of British Columbia (S-45919). This allows the BCAFN to operate with its own regionally specific mandates and to establish relationships with the Provincial government and other organizations, in addition to the relationship that the BCAFN holds with the AFN. The BCAFN operates to create linkages between the regional and national political processes to ensure that these activities are communicated and represented at a community level.

Keywords: Leadership · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of BC Assembly of First Nations


Aboriginal Pavilion

BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres
200-506 Fort St, Victoria, British Columbia

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.

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

Volunteer Profile of BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres


Aboriginal Pavilion

BC First Nations Forestry Council
615-100 Park Royal South, West Vancouver, British Columbia

The First Nations Forestry Council is now in its 8th year of business working as a non-profit society supporting all First Nations in their forestry activities. Based on direction from communities in regional dialogue sessions, Action Plans provide the mandate for the FNFC.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Environment

Volunteer Profile of BC First Nations Forestry Council


Aboriginal Pavilion

Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland
34 East 12th Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia

Today, Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland is a thriving organization of over 600 volunteers, 767 girls served in 2015, 22 employees, a Board of Directors and Honourary Advisory Board, and many community supporters.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Crisis Support · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland


Aboriginal Pavilion

Bridges Social Development
211 Varsity Estates Bay N.W., Calgary, Alberta

The values and approach were what made Bridges Social Development unique. The model was relatively simple: receive community invitation, complete needs assessment, and then develop a training team in Canada and send them to Yemen for 3-4 weeks to train local community members. At the core of this were strong relationships with community members in places like Yemen, India, and Oman, and also with Bridges Social Development's expert volunteer trainers who donated their time to run these training programs internationally.

Keywords: Women · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Education and Literacy

Volunteer Profile of Bridges Social Development


Aboriginal Pavilion

British Columbia Aboriginal Veterans and Serving Members Association
34 Kingham Place, Victoria, British Columbia

The B.C. Association's challenge is to contact and register all the Aboriginal Veterans in British Columbia to ensure that the New Veterans Charter Services and Benefits are understood and their voices are heard and needs are met.

Keywords: Military · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of British Columbia Aboriginal Veterans and Serving Members Association


Aboriginal Pavilion

Broadway Youth Resource Centre
103 - 2780 East Broadway Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

The new Broadway Youth Resource Centre "Kwayatsut" building is also be the new home of the Broadway Youth Resource Centre where tenants can access community-based mental and physical health care; addictions services; household management and meal preparation; money management and community living skills.
Kwayatsut (K-why-ah-sote) is from the Coast Salish language. The word holds the meaning of seeking one's power or spirit quest. The building was named by Chief Ian Campbell from the Squamish Nation. Kwayatsut has 30 youth beds with specific units for youth who are most vulnerable to homelessness: aboriginal youth, LGBTQ youth, and youth leaving foster care.

Keywords: Mental Health · Homeless and Housing · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Employment and Careers · Cultural Centres · Children and Youth · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Broadway Youth Resource Centre


Aboriginal Pavilion

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


Aboriginal Pavilion

Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources
245 McDermot Avenue, 3rd Floor, Winnipeg, Manitoba

CIER is the only national, First Nation-directed environmental non-profit organization with charitable status. We operate in a virtual environment and our staff works with our clients to develop and implement sustainable solutions to proactively address environmental issues affecting First Nations lands.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Environment

Volunteer Profile of Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources


Aboriginal Pavilion

Chiefswood National Historic Site
1037 Hwy 54, Ohsweken, Ontario

Following the passing of the last Johnson child, Evelyn Johnson in 1937, the mansion was left in Evelyn's will to the Six Nations people. Beginning in 1953, the Six Nations Band Council began raising funds for the restoration of Chiefswood. Through generous support and fundraising efforts, the Chiefswood mansion was opened to the public as a museum in 1963.

Keywords: History · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Chiefswood National Historic Site


Aboriginal Pavilion

Coastal First Nations
409 Granville Street, Suite 1660, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Coastal First Nations is an alliance of First Nations on British Columbia's North and Central Coast and Haida Gwaii. The Coastal First Nations include Wuikinuxv Nation, Heiltsuk, Kitasoo/Xaixais, Nuxalk Nation, Gitga'at, Metlakatla, Old Massett, Skidegate, and Council of the Haida Nation.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Environment

Volunteer Profile of Coastal First Nations


Aboriginal Pavilion

Coastal Guardian Watchmen Network
409 Granville Street, Suite 1051, Vancouver, British Columbia

First Nations Guardian Watchmen have safeguarded the health of their territorial lands and waters on BC's coast since time immemorial. Today local Guardian Watchmen monitor the health of the plants and animals that have ecological and cultural importance to their communities. They also monitor the impacts of activities such as commercial and sport fishing, logging, and tourism.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Environment

Volunteer Profile of Coastal Guardian Watchmen Network


Aboriginal Pavilion

Community Health Associates of British Columbia
2-3003 29th Avenue, Vernon, British Columbia

CHABC is a non-profit organization whose mission is to support the development of skilled, professional, and healthy community health and addiction workers. We, with our partners strive to enhance Front Line workers effectiveness in meeting the needs of First Nations people and their communities.

Keywords: Health · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Community Health Associates of British Columbia


Aboriginal Pavilion

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


Aboriginal Pavilion

Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers
9635 - 45 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Cando is a national Aboriginal organization involved in community economic development. We build capacity which strengthens Aboriginal economies by providing programs and services to Economic Development Officers.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Education and Literacy

Volunteer Profile of Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers


Aboriginal Pavilion

Dancing to Eagle Spirit Society
4420 Slocan St, Vancouver, British Columbia

The purpose of the society is to advance Native American healing and spiritual principles for aboriginal and non-aboriginal people who self identify as two spirit persons. To educate the public on the Sweat lodge ceremony and other Native American spiritual practices.

Keywords: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of Dancing to Eagle Spirit Society


Aboriginal Pavilion

Egale Canada
185 Carlton St., Toronto, Ontario

Founded in 1995, Egale Canada Human Rights Trust is Canada's only national charity promoting lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans (LGBT) human rights through research, education and community engagement.

Keywords: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of Egale Canada


Aboriginal Pavilion

Federation of Aboriginal Foster Parents
3455 Kaslo, Vancouver, British Columbia

British Columbia's Federation of Aboriginal Foster Parents was formed to meet the unique needs of caregivers of Aboriginal children, and the needs of communities for targeted development, recruitment, and training of Aboriginal foster families.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Children and Youth · Adoption

Volunteer Profile of Federation of Aboriginal Foster Parents


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

First Nations Education Steering Committee
100 Park Royal South, Suite 113, West Vancouver, British Columbia

The First Nations Education Steering Committee (FNESC) was founded in 1992 by participants at a provincial First Nations education conference at the Vancouver Friendship Centre. That visionary group of people determined the need for a First Nations-controlled collective organization focused on advancing quality education for all First Nations learners, and they set out FNESC's commitment to supporting First Nations in their efforts to improve the success of all First Nations students in BC.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Education and Literacy

Volunteer Profile of First Nations Education Steering Committee


First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada

First Nations Emergency Services Society
102 - 70 Orwell Street, North Vancouver, British Columbia

First Nations' Emergency Services Society of British Columbia (FNESS) is incorporated under the Society Act of British Columbia. Our mission is to assist First Nations in developing and sustaining safer and healthier communities

Keywords: Search and Rescue · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Emergency and Safety

Volunteer Profile of First Nations Emergency Services Society


First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada

First Nations Finance Authority
202 - 3500 Carrington Road, Westbank, British Columbia

In 1992 it was just an idea: a non-profit Aboriginal government-owned and controlled institution built to provide all First Nations and Aboriginal governments, big or small, urban or remote, resource rich or not, with the same finance instruments that other levels of government in Canada have at their disposal to build safe, healthy and prosperous communities. Now it is a reality.

Keywords: Leadership · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of First Nations Finance Authority


First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada

First Nations Fisheries Council
202-100 Park Royal South, West Vancouver, British Columbia

The chief focus of the FNFC is to develop governance mechanisms, form collaborative relationships among First Nations organizations, and work together to build a cohesive voice on fisheries matters. Working together will allow First Nations to harness the capacity needed for meaningful engagement and participation in integrated fisheries planning and management, and to inform political processes to generate substantive change on matters related to Pacific fisheries.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Environment

Volunteer Profile of First Nations Fisheries Council


First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada

First Nations Health Council
1205-100 Park Royal South?, West Vancouver, British Columbia

BC First Nations have adopted a First Nations health governance structure with four key First Nations components: First Nations Health Council (governance and political oversight); First Nations Health Authority (service and operations); First Nations Health Directors Association (technical advice and professional development for First Nations health directors); and, Regional Caucuses (provide direction, guidance, feedback).

Keywords: Health · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Family Services · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of First Nations Health Council


First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada

First Nations Schools Association
100 Park Royal South, Suite 113, West Vancouver, British Columbia

The First Nations Schools Association is dedicated to serving the approximately 130 First Nations community schools in British Columbia. It is an independent, non-profit society and charity directed by representatives of those schools.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Education and Literacy

Volunteer Profile of First Nations Schools Association


First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada

First Nations Social Development Society
707-100 Park Royal South, West Vancouver, British Columbia

After 15 years of service to First Nations communities and band social development workers across BC - Canada, AANDC has cut funding and our services are now closed as of September 30th, 2015. At this time AANDC has no plan for service support. We have a solution and will be announcing this over the next month in order to support our communities and clients.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of First Nations Social Development Society


First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada

First Nations Technology Council
100 Park Royal South, Suite 118, West Vancouver, British Columbia

The Technology Council was mandated back in 2002 to ensure that all of British Columbia's 203 First Nations communities have access to the Internet and the capacity to utilize digital technologies to the fullest potential.

Keywords: Science and Technology · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples

Volunteer Profile of First Nations Technology Council


First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada

First Peoples' Cultural Council
1A Boat Ramp Road, Brentwood Bay, British Columbia

The First Peoples' Cultural Council is a First Nations-run Crown Corporation with a mandate to support the revitalization of Aboriginal language, arts and culture in British Columbia. We provide funding and resources to communities, monitor the status of First Nations languages and develop policy recommendations for First Nations leadership and government.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of First Peoples' Cultural Council




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