FBC, in collaboration with the Global Health Innovation Lab of the University of Toronto (Now of Western University) proposes assessing the level of awareness and knowledge of STBBIs amongst Black Canadians between the ages of 18-34 and identify the barriers to accessing knowledge and awareness around STBBI prevention and testing.
Equipping black youth and young adults with the skills and knowledge necessary to become successful entrepreneurs. Participants will be eligible to receive a grant of up to $5,000.00.
Embrace the spirit of Giving Tuesday with the Supports for Student Learning Program(SSLP) Legacy Gift Challenge (in partnership with Skills4Life)! L Your $20.23 gift empowers Black youth to succeed through SSLP. Plus, donate, and share this post on any social media...
Calling All Volunteers FBC invites dedicated individuals to join our vibrant volunteer teams. Have an impact on your community, while gaining valuable professional development. We’re seeking enthusiastic individuals who want to make a difference and grow their career....
The Black Career Advancement Program, a collaborative effort between the Black Founders Network (BFN) and the Federation of Black Canadians (FBC) was launched in July. Designed to cater to Black youth between the ages of 16 and 35 in Ontario who are actively seeking...
Annual General Meeting
Dec 7th 8pm EST/5PM PST
Supports for Student Learning
SSLP is a free after school program with mentorship for Black youth. Providing free workshops, 1-on-1 tutoring, mentoring and the opportunity to receive scholarships of up to $6000.
A 4 month program delivered virtually. You and your peers will be provided with mentorship, business seminars and a chance to pitch your start-up and receive funding to help jump start your idea!