Shekoli, Ahnee, Boozhoo, Koolamalsi, Welcome….. Celebrating over 50 years of service

Mission Statement

The N’Amerind Friendship Centre is a non-profit organization committed to the promotion of physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual well-being of native people and in particular, urban native people.


The commitment is realized through the implementation of culturally relevant programs aimed at social recreational and educational needs; at developing leadership, at increasing awareness levels of native heritage, establishing resources for community development and in promoting the development of urban aboriginal self-governing institutions.


Realizing the Mission

The Aboriginal Friendship Centre movement guides volunteers, Board of Directors, committee members and staff in working diligently, enthusiastic, effortless and with much dedication  to ensure that we positively effect the quality of life for Aboriginal people of London and surrounding area.

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 Together We Walk The Red Path



About N'Amerind (London) Friendship Centre


The N’Amerind Friendship Centre is currently offering services via electronic platforms (online video conferencing, phone, email or text).


To acquire in person services contact the respective coordinator.


Appointments  may be made according to the individual program coordinators discretion. N’Amerind will follow this service approach to continue to protect all of us – clients and workers alike.


Any in-person contacts must follow social distancing measures  including the wearing of masks by both clients and N’Amerind staff.


If you would like to get in touch with your specific program coordinator, you may call our main line 519.672.0131. Leave a message with reception or on our voice mail.


If you are visiting us to find out about programs and services, please email and one of our team will respond as soon as possible.  Thank you and take care.


This summer, London joined Ontario municipalities in signing a declaration of mutual commitment and friendship with the Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres. Recently, Mayor Ed Holder met with N’Amerind Friendship Centre President Brian Hill to talk about the significance of this declaration and to formally sign this together.