What is a Friendship Force Journey?

A journey is the process through which Friendship Force Clubs around the world meet and foster goodwill and develop lasting friendships.  Journeys take place between clubs.  Ambassadors travel with their home club and are hosted by clubs in other countries. On an inbound journey, our members host the Ambassadors from the travelling club in our homes and likewise on a outbound journey, we stay in our hosts' homes.

 

 

2020

Inbound:

Mid-Willamette Valley, Oregon - June 20-27

Taupo, New Zealand - September 10-16

Outbound:

Four-week journey to Japan including home stays in Koriyama, Sendai, Matsuyama (in Ehime, Shikoku) and other destinations - October 4 to November 10

2019

We visited Lamphun, Thailand and locations in Thailand and Laos in February

We hosted Central Montana, June 8-14

We hosted Southern Sydney club from Australia, August 8-14

2018

We visited Hamilton & Waikato club and Horowhenua club from New Zealand in February

We hosted Columbia Cascades club from Oregon, September 24 to 30

2017 

We visited Cheyenne, Wyoming and Central Montana

We co-hosted the Adelaide, Australia club with FF Winnipeg 

We hosted Hamilton & Waikato club from New Zealand

2016

We visited Toulouse, France

We hosted Osaka club from  Japan

2015 

We hosted Long Island, New York

We visited Richmond, Virginia and Raleigh, North Carolina

2014

We hosted the Friendly Manitoba Exchange with visitors from across Canada and the U.S.

We hosted the Oita club from Japan

Have a look at the Press Clippings page to read about our past journeys.

 

Interested in travelling with other clubs?  Check the Friendship Force International Website for  journeys which have openings available.   For travelling with other Canadian Clubs go to  Canffex.ca. 

 

See Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about how journeys are planned and organized.

 

 

 

The Statue of Liberty,  New York, 2013

Fort Worth, Texas   May, 2011

FF Oita, Japan Visit to  FF Manitoba, Aug 2014

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