ANFCA Structure and Role Within the Friendship Centre Movement 2018-01-18T22:16:45+00:00

ANFCA Operational Structure

The ANFCA headed by an Executive Director who is responsible for the overall operations and outcomes of the Association. Reporting directly to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible to implement the strategic direction provided by the Board and to guide the operational implementation of programs and services .

 

 

The ANFCA envisions an organizational structure in which our provincial office employs an appropriate variety of personnel to optimally fulfill the mandate of the Association.

Organizational Structure:

As a grassroots-based organization, the ANFCA, through its member Friendship Centres has a direct connection to the urban Indigenous community in our region.

From the local community, each autonomously organized Friendship Centre elects a local community based Board of Directors.

From these Boards, the ANFCA member Friendship Centres appoint delegates (two from each member Centre at the ANFCA’s AGM) to form the provincial Board of Directors. The ANFCA’s Executive Committee is elected (and duly appointed in the case of Elder) from the Board of Directors.

Our grassroots structure ensures that local community members’ needs guide the direction of programs and services at the community (Friendship Centre), provincial (ANFCA) and national (NAFC) levels.

 

Alberta Native Friendship Centres (Edmonton)

10336 121 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5N 1K8

Phone: 780.423-3138

Fax: 780.594.1599

Web: anfca.com