You can be an individual member of AFOA, or your organization can become a corporate member.
AFOA members come from every corner of Canada, from Skidegate on Haida Gwaii in the West, to Glenwood, Newfoundland in the East, to Carcross, Yukon in the North. What binds AFOA members is their commitment to financial and management excellence. AFOA members are leaders in their communities and organizations. They are determined to bring a high level of professionalism to Aboriginal management. And, they benefit from exclusive use of AFOA's capacity development products, access to education, networking opportunities and being on the leading-edge of Aboriginal finance and management issues. For more on the benefits of AFOA membership, and how to become a member, see menu at left.
Corporate memberships are extended to Canadian organizations that work with Aboriginal organizations and individuals. AFOA's corporate members have a solid reputation for taking a leadership role in supporting the needs of Aboriginal communities. Corporate members pride themselves in contributing to the professional development and growth of Aboriginal financial professionals and managers. Ultimately our corporate members are helping to promote enhanced Aboriginal finance and management in Canada. In the process they have an opportunity to increase their market exposure among Aboriginals. For more on the benefits of AFOA corporate membership, and how to become a corporate member, see menu at left.