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Friendship Centres across Canada are bringing people together to provide innovative community services, help urban Indigenous communities connect meaningfully to their roots, and foster collaboration with non-Indigenous communities.
How are Friendship Centres impacting our communities? What can we all learn from the ways these centres approach social impact work?
We’re excited to announce that over the next few months, we are partnering with the National Association of Friendship Centres to profile the people behind some of the most innovative movements and initiatives impacting urban Indigenous — and non-Indigenous — communities across Canada.
From gender equality to mental healthcare and youth empowerment, the Friendship Centre movement has taken root across our nation. What lessons can we gather from the ways Friendship Centres are transforming their communities? Sign up for this special series to find out.’