Highlights from the FBC Q3 National Partner’s Group Meeting

Networking is not just about connecting people. It’s about connecting people with people, people with ideas, and people with opportunities.” The FBC National Partner’s Group Meeting on July 25th and was an exceptional showcase of collaboration and innovation within our community.

This virtual interactive session provided a platform for our esteemed partners, the Somali Services for Families and ASE Foundation to share their inspiring work, fostering a sense of unity and purpose among participants. These meetings have been a testament to the incredible strides our partners continue to make in driving positive change.

The National Partners Group Meetings are quarterly meetings that provide a platform for groups to present, discuss potential partnership opportunities, and learn from each other. The next meeting will have happened by the time of this newsletter, but stay tuned for our December newsletter.

Would you like to be a speaker and share your organization’s work to a wider audience? Email faduma@fbcfcn.ca for more details.

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