Onsite

Friendship Catering Services

To meet your individual group, organization and function need. We offer consultation, customized menus to meet your specific requirements, competitive pricing, peace of mind and where catering is more than just a business…Your Order Makes a Significant Difference.” Call NOW to place your order.

1611 East Hastings St.
Vancouver, BC V5L 1S7
Tel: 604-568-9619
Email: friendshipcatering@shaw.ca

Aboriginal Sport, Recreation & Physical Activity Partners Council - Vancouver Coastal Region

This BCAAFC (BC Association Aboriginal Friendship Centres) program provides a Sport and Physical Activity Coordinator on site at the VAFCS who offers many youth sport camps; some including soccer, basketball, lacrosse, badminton, athletics, canoe/kayak and cycling. They have hosted 35 camps within the region and reached more than 1,500 Aboriginal youth in the process. Over the course of the last year we have had 87 Aboriginal coaches take part in coaching clinics for basketball, snowboarding, lacrosse, soccer and archery.

ACCESS

The VAFCS hosts the Aboriginal Community Career and Employment Services Society (ACCESS). Access is a collaborative organization serving the Aboriginal People of the Greater Vancouver Region. Access provides over 135 employment and training programs and services to support Aboriginals in finding jobs. Website Link: www.accessfutures.com

Cedar Root Gallery

The Cedar Root Gallery is a Native owned small retail business that has been serving the Urban Vancouver Aboriginal Community for over ten years. Cedar Root Gallery

House of Culture

In house artist Mike Dangeli is from Nisga'a, Tlingit and Tsimshian descent. Mike and his fellow artists provide cultural knowledge and understanding to the VAFCS community. Since 2000, Mike has been creating carvings and totem poles singing and dancing in the Friendship Centre.

MVAEC (Metro Vancouver Aboriginal Executive Council)

Website link: www.mvaec.ca/about

UNYA (Urban Native Youth Association) runs their ARIES Program

Aries is an alternative educational day program for Native youth ages 13 to 15 years whose educational needs are not being met in mainstream schools/systems. The Aries Program was founded in 1989 and is funded jointly by the Ministry of Child & Family Development and the Vancouver School Board. Website link: www.unya.bc.ca/programs/education-training/aries-program

Vancouver Native Health AFASD Worker

TAFASD Key worker for Vancouver Native Health supports parents, grandparents and foster parents who are raising children affected by FAST. There are caregivers workshops, home and school visits and the worker provides strategies and resources for those caring for this group of unique children. Website link: www.vnh.ca