Lillooet Friendship Centre Society
The Friendship Centre movement continues to develop and grow within communities, provinces, and across Canada. There are 117 Friendship Centres across Canada and 24 of them are in British Columbia.
Friendship Centres across this province have the opportunity to strengthen capacity, services, and continue to develop and deliver “best practice” because of the support and guidance from sister Centres and the British Columbia Association of British Columbia. Friendship Centres are the largest non-profit social service organization in this province and across Canada.
In Lillooet, the Friendship Centre Society has grown to be a leading employer in the community, the largest social service organization, and generates approximately 1.8 million dollars in revenue to the community.
We Would Like to Acknowledge the Following Funding Agents
• Interior Salish Employment and Training Society
• National Association of Friendship Centres
• Ministry of Children and Family Development
• Ministry of Housing and Social Development
• BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres
• Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General
• First Citizen’s Fund
• Health Canada
• Interior Health Authourity
• Canadian Heritage
• Lu'ma Native Housing Society
• Ministry for Community Services
• Young Canada Works
• Department of Justice
• Service Canada