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Business Leader in Surrey is Helping At Risk Youth

Surrey is fortunate to have some very engaged business leaders who see a role for themselves and their businesses in helping alleviate poverty. Arash Askarian and Daniel De Bartolo, owners of Surrey Mitsubishi, are a great example.  While very busy with the details of opening their dealership in 2015, they also wanted to find ways… Continue reading

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 is open 24 hours, seven days a week, providing guests with a warm dry place to stay. Here guests find a calm home-like environment with… Continue reading

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 in Surrey receiving Society grants. Councillor Judy Villeneuve, Chair of the Society, presented awards to our 2016 Heroes: Ken Woodward, Realty Department, City of Surrey… Continue reading

Tim’s Story

Tim Baillie, Retired Surrey Firefighter, Community Activist & Volunteer

Homelessness truly touches us all. This is Tim’s story. “In my work, especially as a first responder we get to see people how they really are, how they live, and usually under the most difficult of conditions.”Tim Baillie, Retired Surrey Firefighter, Community Activist & Volunteer. As a firefighter I met a lot of people who… Continue reading