The latest from Kermode Friendship Society.
The Aboriginal Policy and Practice Framework
Lisa Lawley from Kermode Friendship Society attended The Leadership 2020 and had the opportunity to sit and talk the Wedlidi Speck, Director of Aboriginal Organizational Development for Ministry of Children and Family and discuss Gathering the Circle.view »
Annual General Meeting
Annual General Meeting July 13th, 2017 1-2PMview »
KFS Annual General Meeting July 13th, 2017
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Thursday, July 13th 2017 1-2PM, light lunch at Noonview »
People First Adult Program Proposal
People First Adult Program Proposalview »
Blessing way for Elena of Terrace Women’s Resource Centre
An amazing story to share with you from our ACYMH Youth worker Conch.view »
KERMODE STAFF PRACTICE SELF-CARE
KERMODE STAFF PRACTICE SELF-CARE Following the all staff meeting on Friday, May 26th staff engaged in self-care by walking around Ferry Island. Thanks goes to the Circle of Life staff for leading the staff in short discussion on the importance of incorporating self-care in our busy lives. We have amazing staff at Kermode.view »
Update May 16, 2017 - National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls
The National Inquiry has been meeting with families, survivors, advocates and organizations on regional and issue specific matters, and we carefully listened to their valuable advice. We are grateful for the comments we have received. The honesty and directness of the advice is greatly respected. The gravity of the mandate of the National Inquiry is at the forefront of our minds and hearts as we work to build the National Inquiry.view »
Team Kermode participate in the Terrace 2017 Relay for Life (Cancer awareness fund raiser)
Team Kermode participate in the Terrace 2017 Relay for Life Cancer awareness fund raiser)view »
Exciting News for Kermode Friendship Society!
Kermode Friendship Society and a local government in the Nass Valley are two of 12 groups in the region to receive money from the provincial government to buy and maintain buses for community use. The Kermode Friendship Society and the Gingolx Village Government in the Nass Valley, will each buy a bus under the provincial government’s plan to improve transportation services along Hwy16 and to rural communities north and south of the route. Click on the following link to read the full story online.view »
Basic Early Childhood Educator Certificate Course
Kermode Friendship Society will be offering a Basic Early Childhood Educator Certificate Course.view »
Thanks to our Community Christmas Dinner Volunteers, Sponsors & Contributors!
Kermode Friendship Society's 12th Annual Christmas Community Dinner was held on December 6th at the Elks Hall. Once again it was a huge success, providing two full turkey/ham dinners. In total over 300 people were served.view »