The Other Funding Projects section 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.
• To develop new profitable activities related or not to the regular activities of the Friendship Centre.
• Fund-raising activities such as Nitahigan supper, golf tournament, cultural events organization or others.
• Gabriel-Commanda Fund.
The local population, tourists, companies and organizations.
Self-financed, this service aims to produce monetary surplus that will help maintain and develop the services offered to the community.
Near the end of the 80’s, certain activities of the Val-d’Or Native Friendship Centre started to be self-financed. The Centre obtained its Thursday night Bingo permit. Since then, many activities have been created and contribute to the funding of the services offered at the Centre.