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Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association

FRAFCA needs support for their Youth Homelessness Programming. FRAFCA's Youth Housing Capital Campaign aims to raise 1 Million dollars towards building Supportive and Affordable housing for at-risk and homeless youth in Surrey and surrounding areas. FRAFCA runs the only youth safehouse in Surrey for at-risk and homeless youth providing 6 beds at any given time, for youth ages 15-18 years old. There is no supportive and affordable housing in Surrey for our youth to move on to after their time has come to an end at All Nations Youth Safe House. These funds will allow us to begin our build towards supporting our youth in their transition into adulthood. This housing model will allow our youth to not only live in a safe environment, but also receive the added support to help build the necessary life skills and support to complete their educational goals and find their way into the job force.


    Children & Youth, Homeless, Indigenous Communities, LGBTQ2S+, Persons with disabilities or special needs, Seniors, Women


    Community Connections, Living Standards, Safety

For more information or to support our work

Contact Information:

Kyla Bains

Manager of Youth Services


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Non Profit

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