Find City and community resources for Indigenous people living in Vancouver, including funding opportunities, healing centres, and community spaces.
We offer funding opportunities to Indigenous people and organizations.
This grant supports music and musicians by addressing gaps, opportunities, and embracing the city's vibrant and diverse music communities.
Provides Vancouver-based professional emerging artists with low-cost studios for up to three years.
Artist opportunities in and around Vancouver
Find opportunities for local artists including calls for public art, available studio space, juried shows and exhibitions, and more.
Provides culturally safe and trauma-informed physical, cultural, emotional, and mental health services to Indigenous people in BC.
Provides crisis services for Indigenous people across BC. Adults and Elders can call 250-723-4050 for support; youth can call 250-723-2040. A toll-free number is available at 1-800-588-8717.
Experts at Vancouver Public Library help Indigenous participants search online records for family documents. The Indian Residential School Survivors Society has provided a Resolution Health Support Worker to join participants during their journey.
Offers programing for Indigenous community members to connect with each other and learn with the Elder in Residence and Matriarch in Residence.
A unified voice of Aboriginal Organizations, who strategically plan, advocate and positively influence outcomes that strengthen the service delivery and policies that impact the Metro Vancouver Urban Aboriginal Community.
Providing essential services to Residential School Survivors, their families, and anyone who may be dealing with intergenerational traumas.
A non-profit society that connects people to community, health, and government resources for help, where and when they need it.
Access services and have a voice in municipal government.