The rental service wishes to develop, on a regular basis, activities that generate revenues. These revenues are reinvested in services and job creation, for the benefit of the community.
• To ensure annual profitability.
• To establish strategic alliances and business partnerships for the Centre’s development.
• To ensure constant visibility.
• Space rental and food catering to the Abinodjic-Miguam Daycare Centre.
Local people, tourists and organizations.
Self-financed, this service aims to produce monetary surplus that will help maintain and develop the services offered to the community.
Expanding the building in 2002 allowed for the implementation of the Abinodjic-Miguam Day Care Centre, which occupies the first floor of the addition, and part of the second floor. On the third floor, modern and sunny conference rooms were added to our services. In 2006, the Friendship Centre took up the challenge of going into a partnership with a private business owner, which was to rent space for the addition of a Hair Salon, a plus in terms of available services.
ABINODJIC-MIGUAM EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTRE
Native Friendship Centre’s privileged partner, the Abinodjic-Miguam Early Childhood Centre offers much more than daycare and family childcare services. It is a place of cultural sharing where Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal children and parents learn to better know each other and experience new teachings and knowledge, under the attentive care of a qualified staff.
801, 6th Avenue