Ending Homelessness Is Possible.

The Surrey Homelessness and Housing Society raises, manages and distributes funds to support programs, projects and initiatives for people who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness in Surrey. Because of the work of grant recipients, more lives will be changed. Join us in ending homelessness – please donate to build.

Needs

What you can do

The face of homelessness in Surrey is changing. Learn more about the issues and what is being done to end homelessness in Surrey.

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35%
of Surrey's Homeless are
Aboriginal
Women
comprise
37%
of Surrey's Homeless

Our Stories

Support & Help Build Possibilities

Three years ago Irene* was hit by a truck when crossing the road. She suffered brain, pelvis, and collarbone injuries. The road back to better health has been full of challenges. Since opening in 2013, the Elizabeth Fry Society of Greater Vancouver’s (EFry) Corner Stone Drop-in Centre has been a…

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OVER
1000
Helped through
Support Services
500+
Individuals including
children kept from
homelessness

Who We Are

The Surrey Housing and Homelessness Society makes a difference in the lives of people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in Surrey by raising, managing and distributing funds to support programs, projects and initiatives.

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Our Grants

Each year Surrey Homelessness and Housing Society provides grants to our community to organizations and projects that keep people sheltered, safe and productive.

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Our Grants

News

Elements Casino Hosts Supporters of the Bill Reid Memorial Shelter

On Thursday, November 3rd, over 90 guests consisting of family members, friends, donors and supporters gathered at The Escape Room at Elements Casino in Cloverdale to honor the late Bill…

The Boulevard Shelter is Making a Difference

We are excited to share our new video featuring Surrey's Boulevard Shelter. Operating since December 2015, shelter staff have helped over 90 guests find permanent housing. This 40 bed shelter…

Our 2016 Heroes & $260K for Surrey Homelessness Alleviation

Surrey (October 14, 2016), It was a great celebration last night at the Newton Cultural Centre to announce our 2016 Heroes of the Homeless and to recognize the homeless serving agencies…

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