Community Connections

Project Friendship Society finds, encourages and facilitates individual or group connections.

Individual connections are based on mutual interests while creating opportunities, gaining experience, building confidence and being valued in an inclusive community.

Group connections where everyone contributes, young, old, with limitations or otherwise, we all have gifts, goals and dreams to share and work towards fulfillment.

Project Friendship Society will assist in this process of advocating for better transportation, accessibility and resources for a more inclusive community and life long connections.

How do you connect?

You can contact us directly; no referral is necessary. However, we do welcome referrals from service agencies, family, friends and neighbours.

The initial meeting is for “us to get to know you and for you to get to know us”. During the interview process, we assist you in defining what you are wanting to accomplish and where that might take you. Opening the doors of opportunity for connections becomes very clear as we introduce you to people, organizations or associations though the Prince George Connections Resource Book.

The Project Friendship Society has developed the Prince George Resource Book, which is a comprehensive collection of over 900 local community associations and interest groups. This is available for purchase at Books and Company, CNC and UNBC Book Stores. For those that visit the Prince George Public Library you will find it in the self-help and reference section.