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Our Vision

The role of AbbotsfordWORKS is to ensure that the following vision becomes a reality:

Every person is capable of finding meaningful employment and every employer deserves to have the right employee(s) in order to be profitable.

Our History

The AbbotsfordWORKS project was initiated when a group of trusted, well-established and respected employment service organizations came together to form a strong alliance.  As the partnership evolved, each weaving their own unique strengths and experience into the project development, the staff of these organizations collaboratively designed an effective model that would provide clients and employers with high quality services in the Abbotsford community.

On April 1st, 2012, the two AbbotsfordWORKS sites, carefully chosen for ease of access, opened their doors to the people of Abbotsford.  The AbbotsfordWORKS team, staffed with people from the partner organizations and bringing years of expertise in delivering employment supports, came together to provide a full spectrum of services ranging from one-to-one case management, workshops and fully equipped resource rooms. 

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Abbotsford Community Services

Abbotsford Community Services

Almost 40,000 people come through the doors of Abbotsford Community Services looking for help from one or more of their 80 programs and services.


AGORA Employment Essentials Inc.

AGORA Employment
Essentials Inc.

Agora is a wholly owned company of MCC successfully delivering more than 55 employment projects since 1990.


BOWMAN Employment Services Inc.

BOWMAN Employment
Services Inc.

With 22 years of employment experience BOWMAN employes 91 staff in 9 locations across the province.


Communitas Supportive Care Society

Communitas Supportive
Care Society

Over 35 years of providing vocational, residential, daytime, respite and peer support services for people with disabilities.


Community Futures South Fraser

Community Futures
South Fraser

Launched in 1998, Community Futures South Fraser (CFSF) is part of a network of 269 Community Futures organizations across Canada, all dedicated to local economic development.