In 2014 the Society has granted over $243,000 to 10 initiatives that best demonstrate having a direct impact toward alleviating homelessness in Surrey. The Society makes a difference in our community by funding projects that will reduce homelessness in Surrey.
Elizabeth Fry Society – $20,000 Women-only drop in program pilot
Elizabeth Fry Society – $70,000 Rezoning for Women’s Shelter Amalgamation
Kekinow Native Housing Society – $49,220 Re-development costs for the Aboriginal Gathering Place
Keys Housing and Health Solutions – $10,000 Relocation Pre-development Plan
Options Community Services Society – $25,000 Supported Youth Independent Housing Program
Pacific Community Resources – $25,000 Youth Housing Outreach program
Peninsula Homeless to Housing Task Force – $2000 Faith based conference on redevelopment of church-owned lands
Realistic Success Recovery Society – $30,000 toward the purchased of Trilogy House
Surrey Homelessness and Housing Task Force – $6000 toward capacity building.
The Surrey Homelessness and Housing Society has approved just over $2.5 million in grants since 2009.
The next call for proposal is in the Spring 2015.
Please see our Responsive Grants if you are interested in applying for emergency funding.