A Bridge between two Cultures
What is a Friendship Centre?
To carry on without pecuniary gain, objects of a national, charitable, scientific, social or professional character and the like.
To partner with service agencies, volunteer organization, private industry and all levels of government in advancing and maintaining the well being of Aboriginal people.
To provide medium for the development of Aboriginal leadership in the community.
To assist the community in promoting a deeper awareness of the culture and heritage of our Aboriginal population.
To develop programs and support services to meet the needs of Aboriginal people in the community as a whole.
Objectives Of Our Centre
Brandon Friendship Centre Buildings
A Friendship centre is an urban Aboriginal service delivery agency. It exists to meet the needs of people, either migrating to cities or living in them. It attempts to bridge a gap between two cultures, the non-urban and urban culture.
Our Mission is to provide programs & services to all people with an initial emphasis on Aboriginal people
The Brandon Friendship Centre is pleased that you have visited our site. There are plenty of programs and services being offered
by our Friendship Centre. Please explore our programs and if you require more information please call or send us an email.
· Our main office is located at 836 Lorne Avenue Brandon, MB. R7A 0T8.
· We also
have buildings at 303 9th Street, 205 College Avenue, 321 9th Street, and 602 Rosser Avenue.
· The Brandon Friendship Centre has an open policy whereby membership is open to all Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal people.
· We have a front Drop-In area that serves as a meeting place for anyone wanting a place to relax and have coffee during the day.
· The Brandon Friendship Centre is 1 of 120 Friendship Centre’s across Canada and 1 of 11 in Manitoba.