A valuable online resource supporting Indigenous people who relocated or are planning to relocate to an urban area, and those who serve them.
A research network of urban Aboriginal communities, policy makers and academics, engaging in community-driven research with the goal of contributing to a better quality of life for urban Aboriginal people.
Canada’s first comprehensive initiative to end violence against Indigenous women and girls. It builds on proven and culturally relevant Friendship Centre Movement initiatives to provide support and change the conditions that lead to violence.
A first of its kind, national-level summit for Indigenous social innovation.
This project provides a community-level snapshot of where the NAFC conducts its work. Each community has a downloadable PDF featuring valuable census information.
This partnership encourages Indigenous families to access the Canada Learning Bond, a government education fund designed to encourage post-secondary savings.
This initiative ensures Friendship Centres are meaningfully and ethically engaged throughout the course of the Pathways initiative, encouraging capacity building, knowledge sharing and support.
This fund provides support to organizations seeking to develop or expand their Indigenous social innovation and social enterprise projects.