Ending Homelessness Is Possible.

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


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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more supportive
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of Surrey's Homeless are

Our Stories

Support & Help Build Possibilities

Just before she turned 19, Marilyn Peters found herself without a place to live. She made her way from Nanaimo to Vancouver, where she had stayed with her brother for eight months. She had no income or social assistance, and had nothing but the clothes on her back. “I had…

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Individuals including
children kept from

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


Using Land Assets to Fulfill Your Non-profit Mission

Multiple needs can be met when mission-based organizations harness  their land assets and align their mission in a land redevelopment project. With a small grant from Surrey Homelessness and Housing…

New challenges in the response to homelessness in Surrey

Options Community Services Society operates two of Surrey's three main shelters. In recent years Options has seen a growing number of seniors accessing their shelters. Watch the video to hear…

Cornerstone Drop-In Centre: Creating Connections, Changing Lives

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…

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