July 23, 2020
MCFD has extended supports for youth aging out of care and youth on AYA during the pandemic. These measures are currently in place until September 30.
They've updated their COVID-19 info page for youth and young adults to be a hub of information and resources for:
On September 1, Premier Horgan and Minister of Advanced Education, Melanie Mark announced that all 25 of BC’s public post-secondary institutions would provide free tuition for youth in
August was a busy month where we welcomed not two, but three talented new staff members to our team! Emily joined us a couple of weeks after Gabby and
In 2014 the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada published its final report outlining 92 Calls to Action on how to move forward in true reconciliation between Indigenous
We are so excited to announce that we have had two new faces join our staff team this month! Without further ado, meet Gabby, Program Manager, Aboriginal Youth
A community engaged art book project celebrating the lives of ten unique greater Vancouver area adults who have experienced foster care as young people.
A community engaged artist
As the Canada Day long weekend has come and gone, many across the country are thinking more about Canada 150: what this milestone represents, what it is that
We are excited to announce two members to our Board of Directors! Kian and Lex were voted in by youth members during our Annual General Meeting on June
On June 23rd Brittaney and Rebecca had the pleasure of meeting with Tracey Otto, President of the Canadian Federation of University Women’s Victoria Chapter to receive a
Another BC Child and Youth in Care Week has come and gone and the organizing committee would like to thank everyone who came out to show their support
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