KAF offers multifaceted programs focused on capacity building and meeting the needs of BIPOC, New Immigrants and Refugees communities.
Programs for BIPOC, New Immigrants & Refugees Communities
Unemployment, housing, mental health, food insecurity, and systemic barriers to accessing social services in BIPOC minority communities.
We offer services for new immigrant resettlement processes for more significant socio-economic opportunities.
Tackling multifaceted problems from an intersectoral and culturally appropriate lens recognizing the intersectionality of these inequities.
To Bridge the gap caused by social-economic inequities and empower the BIPOC communities to thrive and flourish.
Our goal is to create sustainable change by empowering individuals with the resources they need.
We focus on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion! – Bringing the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of colour) Communities Closer to Mainstream Social Services Delivery and Programming!
The marginalized and racialized BIPOC minority communities struggle under the heavy burden of unemployment, under-employment, housing challenges, mental health problems, food insecurity, and systemic barriers to accessing social services.
Participants that completed skills training and pre-employment support
New Immigrants Supported
Youths Supported and Mentored
Single Mothers Supported
Mental health/Counselling of Clients Supported
Women Empowerment and GBV Support Services
KAF is a social purpose not-for-profit organisation that operates across Canada with head office in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. KAF offers multifaceted programs focused on capacity building and meeting the needs of our communities.
“You’re building a community; you’re really providing so much back to the community, counselling services, and all kinds of supportive services. We rely on organisations like yours…”
“Sometimes it’s just breaking the ice in the beginning too, to know that there are opportunities, you break that first barrier of employment…”