FAFP Background
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.

Funded by the Ministry for Children and Family Development, the Federation reflects the governments desire to embark on a new path of co-operation with Aboriginal peoples.

Comprised of caregivers of Aboriginal children representing various geographical regions of the province, the Federation strives to create a model of Aboriginal foster care that all British Columbians can take pride in.