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.

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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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250
Beds Created
or Preserved
$200K
TO
$250K
Granted Annually

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

19th Birthday Party Exhibit for Surrey Youth Aging Out of Care

This year, 59 youth will age out of government care in Surrey. Many face challenges in areas such as homelessness, employment and mental health, to name a few. The 19th…

CONNECTING COMMUNITY TO SURREY YOUTH LEAVING CARE

The Surrey Poverty Reduction Coalition (SPRC) has been working on an important project to raise awareness and increase community engagement around youth who are “aging out” of the provincial care…

Surrey Mitsubishi Plays Santa to Youth at Guildford House

On Christmas morning in 2015, the youth who live at PCRS’s Guildford House were pleasantly surprised to wake and find what millions come to expect during the holiday season: presents.…

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