In recognition of the ever changing world in which we live, the United Native Friendship Centre is dedicated to enhancing the lives of Native and non-Native people in our community and surrounding area.
Its primary responsibility is to serve Aboriginal people with special services in the fields of social, educational and cultural development while, at the same time, building a bridge of understanding between Native and non-Native people.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Our Zaagi'idiwin Headstart Program, Prenatal Nutrition Program, CAP-C (Family Support) Program and Healthy Babies, Healthy Children Program have all moved to the Abinoojii Gamig Childcare Centre at 821 McIrvine Road. Contact phone number 274-7244.
COVID-19 UPDATE - Due to the Provincial Lockdown and "stay at home" order starting April 3, 2021, for a four week period, UNFC Program staff are only available to assist/meet via phone, email or virtually. In a collective effort to keep our staff and community safe, all staff is working from home. Click the "contact" tab for a list of staff email addresses. All in-person programming and community events have been postponed until further notice.
FOOD BANK UPDATED HOURS: As of Monday, April 12, 2021, the food bank can be accessed Monday - Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. once every two weeks until further notice.
Become a Member of the UNFC
Memberships are $5.00 per person (18 years and older) or $10.00 per family and are payable upon renewal or application. It is important that your membership is up to date in order for you to nominate, vote or stand for a position on the Board of Directors. All paid members 18 years and older are eligible for these privileges.
Note: All memberships are annual and expire on March 31st each year.
Please stop by the centre at 516 Portage Avenue, Fort Frances and apply for or renew your membership.
New members are always welcome!