Our Mission

  1. Provide a formal organization to promote and advance the interest of Aboriginal Veterans who are residents of British Columbia and Serving members of the Armed Forces serving in, British Columbia:
  2. Provide a way and means through involvement, participation, and sponsorships for Aboriginal veterans to develop policy recommendations, for programs and services needed to maintain their physical, social, and spiritual well being.
  3. Co-ordinate Veterans benefit programs from the Government of Canada, Department of Veterans Affairs, other government departments, or commissions.
  4. Co-operating with the Canadian Forces and the Defense Aboriginal Advisory Groups to support Aboriginal serving members of the Armed Forces to maintain their physical, social, and spiritual well being.
  5. Co-operating with other national and international veteran organizations concerned with advancing the status of Veterans and serving members of Canadian Forces.
  6. Interact with the aboriginal communities to promote awareness of the continuing contributions to Canadian society by Aboriginal Veterans and Serving Members of Canadian Forces through involvement, participation, education, and sponsorships.
  7. Provide Veterans with relief of poverty and medical care, mobility equipment and grave stones not provided by Government departments and/or health care plans.
  8. Provide educational support and guidance to Aboriginal youth and Adults held in Custody centers throughout British Columbia.
  9. Provide support, sponsorship, and involvement in aboriginal employment programs, aboriginal youth sports programs, Raven, Bold Eagle, and Black Bear Aboriginal Youth Employment Program, and the Aboriginal pre-employment program of the Canadian Forces.
  10. Provide educational presentations, learning programs, and information packages designed for the primary, middle school, High School and University Students on aboriginal involvement and achievements in world conflicts.
  11. Provide educational presentations, learning programs, and information packages designed for the primary, middle school, High School and University Students on leadership and self-esteem.
  12. Provide educational presentations, learning programs, and information packages designed for the general public on aboriginal societies, and their contribution to the Canadian Society.

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