Annual General Meeting

AGM 2014 - November 15th, 2014, at our Vancouver office, from 8:30am – 4:30pm

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The Federation of Aboriginal publishes a seasonal newsletter featuring articles of interest to foster families. Please feel free to visit our newletter archive.

Read our Newsletter

You are invited to join us at our Standing Together Conference on May 29th and 30th , more details on PDF or call our office at 604-291-7091.

Standing Together


British Columbia's Federation of Aboriginal Foster Parents was formed to meet the unique needs of caregivers of Aboriginal children, and the needs of communities for targeted development, recruitment, and training of Aboriginal foster families.


Becoming a Foster Parent

As of March 31st 2010, 53.53% of children removed from their homes and placed in foster care have Aboriginal status. Although there has been an increased effort to place children in homes within their community, the fact is there are simply not enough homes available.



The purpose of the Federation of Aboriginal Foster Parents’ OSASIS Program is to provide Aboriginal young people in and from care with opportunities to explore their culture in a safe and supported manner and develop the some of the skills necessary to succeed in living a proud and healthy lifestyle.


For Kids

It's a good idea to provide some adult supervision while kids are surfing the internet. Click here for some sites that both adults and kids can enjoy together.