Supporting the Kamloops Aboriginal Friendship Society at Christmas
The donation from the Kamloops and District Labour Council to the Kamloops Aboriginal Friendship Society at Christmas holds immense significance in fostering community solidarity and addressing the unique needs of the urban Indigenous population. By supporting this charitable organization during the holiday season, the labor council not only contributes to the well-being of individuals but also demonstrates a commitment to social responsibility and inclusivity. This act of generosity helps bridge gaps, promote understanding, and ultimately contributes to building a stronger, more unified community in Kamloops.
Established in 1972, the Kamloops Aboriginal Friendship Society is a charitable organization with an open-door policy, welcoming everyone to explore their programs. Committed to empowering both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities in Kamloops and nearby areas, the society offers culturally appropriate programs and inclusive services to enhance the holistic well-being of urban Indigenous individuals.