Restorative Justice in
Abbotsford began in 2001

Current Sponsers


We are so grateful to all of our partners and supporters who help us achieve our success. Thank you for sharing our vision!

City of Abbotsford

  • Ongoing fee for service funding, currently set at $120,000 per year
  • Representation on our Board of Directors
  • Gifts-in-kind
  • Office space, access to photocopier, phone, fax, secure filing space, meeting and interview rooms

Abbotsford Police Department

  • Representation on our Board of Directors
  • Referrals to our program

Abbotsford School District 34

  • Fee for service funding for Restorative Action
  • Gifts-in-kind
  • Access to facilities
  • Representation on our Board of Directors
  • Referrals to our Restorative Action program

University of the Fraser Valley, Criminology Department

  • Advisory support regarding program development and evaluation measures
  • Representation on our Board of Directors

Fraser Region Community Justice Initiatives (CJI)

  • Mediation training and accreditation
  • Consultation regarding program development and advisory support

BC Ministry of Public Safety and the Solicitor General

  • Annual grant funding

Abbotsford Community Foundation

  • Grant funding for Restorative Justice Victim-Offender Mediation Training

Province of British Columbia

  • Grant Funding

Envision Financial

  • Grant Funding

ARJAA also welcomes support from community groups, service clubs, businesses, churches and other organizations from our community, either through donations or gifts-in-kind.

Your contributions make a difference! Tax receipts are provided for donations.

Youth involved in a Restorative Justice process

I have grown up through this process and realize that my actions weren’t acceptable that night.
-Youth involved in a Restorative Justice process.