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Become a Caregiver

Métis Family Services is a Delegated Indigenous Agency looking for individuals and families who would like to join our roster of dedicated foster parents.
Our caregivers provide safe and stable homes to Métis children and youth who are unable to live with their own families, while working closely with the child's care team and ensuring their family ties and cultural connection.
All applicants are welcome, and individuals who identify as Métis are given preference.
Learn more by clicking the links below:
                                                      Why foster in B.C.?
                                                      Email a Recruitment Worker
                                                      Share our Recruitment Flyer
Become a Caregiver

Employment Opportunities

Our core values are to work in an inclusive, professional, culturally-engaged and trusting environment. We strive for honesty, openness and quality in everything we do; and treat our staff, clients, and community with dignity and respect.


Check our job postings by clicking here

                        Please see each individual posting to determine                          whether it is a permanent or temporary position.
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Work at MFS

Volunteer Opportunities

If you are looking for an opportunity to give back to your community, to meet new people, to connect with other families in the Métis community, or to gain experience in your field of study, volunteering within Métis Family
Services could be the place for you.



Click below to inquire about available opportunities:

                                                      Apply as a Volunteer
                                                      Apply as a Practicum Student
Volunteer at MFS

Join the Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is responsible for the governance of Métis Family Services - ensuring that the agency's programming is in line with its Mission, Values, and Commitment to Métis families.

Click below to inquire about available opportunities:
                                                     Apply to be a Board Member
Join the BoD

All individuals who wish to apply to Métis Family Services will be required to undergo screening, training, and appropriate criminal record checks to ensure their safety.


Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age and consent to a background check.


Preference will be given to applicants who have a strong cultural background and understanding of the Métis people.


Donate to Métis Family Services

Métis Family Services is designated by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)
as a Registered Charity. 
If you wish to contribute to our agency, please click on one of the buttons below to be redirected to a charity platform in our name, or read about the Stephanie Foerderer Memorial Fund below.

Donate to the Stephanie Foerderer Memorial Fund

On March 9, 2004 our dear friend and co-worker, Stephanie Natasha Foerderer, was tragically taken from us in a fatal car accident. Even though her loss was overwhelming to her family and friends, it was their wish to share her love and memory with a truly worthy cause.  
The Stephanie Foerderer Memorial Fund was created with the support of Stephanie's family to celebrate and remember the life of Stephanie Foerderer by helping to provide educational and cultural services to aboriginal children and youth.  
If you wish to contribute to this memorial fund, please mail or deliver donations via cheque to Métis Family Services. Your generous donation will be used specifically to benefit the education and cultural connection of children and youth in care. 
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