News

We hope that everyone in Canada takes the time to recognize this important day, but at the Fed, we strive to celebrate the contributions of the First Nations communities as much as possible - not just once a year!

Did you know that although Indigenous children represent only 4-6% of the general population, 50-60% of the children in care in...

Events

Have you registered yet for our June Retreat?  Our retreats bring youth in and from care from all across the province together to learn life skills, have fun,

News

If you are reading this post, then you have probably already noticed that things are looking pretty different here at www.fbcyicn.ca!  We are very pleased to announce

News

UPDATE: New extended deadline June 12, 2017

BC Child and Youth in Care Week is looking for a young artist who can help to rebrand the week

News

The Vancouver Foundation and FBCYICN are excited to announce a new bursary to help support community celebrations for youth in and from care in honour of BC Child and Youth in

News

Nomination deadline: April 19, 2017

Nominations are open for this year's BC Child and Youth in Care Week Awards!  BC Child and Youth in Care Week will be

Story

Did you know that between April 2015 and March 2016, Fed volunteers contributed 1,624 hours of volunteer time to our organization?  Their hard work makes what we do

Story

On February 3, young people, staff, volunteers, and board members got up ready for an amazing weekend at our youth retreat in Evan's Lake near Squamish.  Unfortunately, by mid-morning,

News

We were so honoured to be selected as the chosen charity for 100 Men Who Care Vancouver's latest community donation!  On December 9, 2016, our Executive Director, Jules

Story

Thank you to everyone who came to our Holiday Open House on December 13, 2016!  Our Open House is an important Fed tradition and helps to bring together

Updates

Last year the Fed was able to help more young people than ever before to celebrate the holiday season with our Holiday Dinner Grants program. Fourteen groups across B.C. received

Pages