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Funding Conference to Connect First Nations and Aboriginal Organizations with Potential Funders
For Immediate Release
April 6, 2016
Funding Conference to Connect
First Nations and Aboriginal Organizations with Potential Funders
Victoria, B.C. – The BC Aboriginal Funding Conference aims to support Aboriginal peoples and communities by bringing together federal and provincial funders, private and public foundations and corporations to make presentations on funding opportunities to First Nations and Aboriginal organization representatives.
The BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres will host this year’s conference in Richmond, BC from September 21 – 23, 2016. Building on the success of last year’s event representatives from BC’s First Nations and Aboriginal organizations will learn about funding available to them and learn strategies to grow their revenue and diversify their funding resources.
This conference is an excellent chance for funders to showcase their funding priorities to this target audience. If you provide funding to Aboriginal organizations or First Nations and you are interested in presenting, this conference is for you.
Conference registration, a call for presenters and sponsorship details will go out the beginning of May 2016.
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