The Acadian and Francophone Society of PEI is the official voice of Prince Edward Island’s Acadians and Francophones. Its mandate is to ensure that every Acadian and Francophone can live and thrive individually and collectively in French in Prince Edward Island. Its mission and roles are to bring together the Acadians and Francophones of Prince Edward Island within a single association. Also, SAF’Île must represent its individual members and member organizations before municipal, provincial and national governments to defend their rights.
As an advocate for the community, it administers the Fondation Société Saint-Thomas-d’Aquin, which awards financial assistance to Acadian and Francophone students in Prince Edward Island.
Saf’Île supports and coordinates programs and services to promote the individual and collective development of the Acadian and Francophone community of Prince Edward Island in all sectors and ensures the development of ties of friendship and cooperation between the Acadian and Francophone community of Prince Edward Island and the other communities in the province as well as with other Acadian and Francophone communities in Canada and abroad.