We offer a variety of services as part of our social enterprise
We have long standing relationships with local business owners in the food and beverage industry. Many have catered events for our organization. Some of our newcomers chose to pursue dreams of business ownership after arriving in the Niagara Region.
The NFAMC Settlement Services provided assistance with settlement plans and with the help of our dedicated team in Skills Training they were successful in reaching their goal of business ownership.
Our network represents the culturally rich, and diverse flavours represented by over 65 Ethnocultural Clubs.
Please contact us if you would like to connect with any of these providers for a memorable dining experience.
For more information about our Translation Services, please contact one of our Administration Department staff members.
Cultural Sensitivity Training
Our Cultural Sensitivity training sessions will help individuals and groups to better understand cultural diversity in our communities. Through the principle of cultural connectedness, we train on cultural humility and cultural safety. This leads to discussions on barriers newcomers and immigrants face, micro-aggressions, bias, stereotypes, prejudice, systemic racism, providing equitable service and justice.
We offer practical and fundamental tools and resources to better enable individuals to be more culturally connected and instill values that support cultural humility.
We will work with you to conduct a needs assessment to learn more about the details of your event and customize relevant training content you wish to learn more about.
Our Fee Structure
All funds payable to:
Niagara Folk Arts Multicultural Centre
85 Church St. St. Catharines, Ontario, L2R 3C7
Contact for Booking
If you are interested in booking a service, please contact one of the following team members.
We celebrate and promote cultural, social and economic inclusion and well-being of all immigrants and newcomers.
We are a gateway to equitable, respectful and welcoming communities for immigrants and newcomers in Niagara.