The Ending Violence Association of BC (EVA BC) and The Federation of Community Social Services of BC (The Federation) are pleased to announce a new formal partnership agreement in which […]
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Simple Habits for Complex Times – Powerful Practices for Leaders (2015), by Jennifer Garvey Berger and Keith Johnston. Stanford Business Books: Stanford, CA. “Damn!” is the first word in Simple […]
In her article, Nine self-care reminders for the over-committed activist, Vancouver-based Christine Boyle writes that: “the idea of self-care bubbles up every now and then in community and activist circles. […]
The political announcement in Tuesday’s budget to increase spending for children in care occurred in large part because FOR THE LAST 15 – 20 YEARS: You spoke up IN DEFENSE OF […]
Our committment to reconciliation and decolonization includes recognizing that our work takes place on the unceded lands of many First Nations. In all that we do, The Federation strives to create more equitable relationships for and with our Indigenous partners and community members.
About The Federation
The Federation of Community Social Services of BC has been a provincial leader in the child, youth, adult, and family serving field for 40 years. We provide tools and supports that enable BC’s community social services to do their best work. Read more »