Working with Families for Strong Community

The Power of Collaboration

The goal of Victims and Survivors of Crime Week is to raise awareness nationwide and locally around the issues facing victims and survivors of crime and the services, programs, and […]

CIMS Celebrates by giving back

As we approach Thanksgiving weekend, we reflect on how fortunate we are to be surrounded by such a generous and caring community. In celebration of CIMS 30th Anniversary, the CIMS […]

Remembering and Honouring…

The  Trail Area “Violence Against Women in Relationships” Committee, with the support of COINS (Circle of Indigenous Nations Society) set up a window display at Mills Office Supply. It will […]

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Trail FAIR Society respects our Indigenous community and will be closed on Thursday September 30th to allow time for reflection and commemoration of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. […]

Celebrating a New Space

Have you been wondering about the beautiful cedar structure beside FAIR’s office building on Columbia Ave in Trail? We were honoured to work with ColumbiaBasinTrust and the Circle of Indigenous […]

Name it, Don’t Numb it

Thank you to everyone who commented and entered the Mental Health Week draw.     The draw winners have been contacted. 

16 Days of Activism

In previous years we have gathered together for a vigil on December 6 to remember the victims of the Montreal Massacre as well as all victims of domestic violence. This […]

KSCU Employees Supporting Local Families

This generous donation by the employees of the Kootenay Savings Credit Union and the Kootenay Savings Community Foundation through their casual Friday Care Wear program is happily received by FAIR’s […]

Crisis Line Training Coming Soon

Applications are available here , or call 250-364-0274 for more information.   After training commitment is only 4 hrs per week (or more if you choose) – great for students, and […]