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Community Prosperity Fund

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Fund Highlight:
Community Prosperity Fund:

The Community Prosperity Fund is a $25 million investment from the Government of B.C. that advances poverty reduction and social inclusion—announced on the inaugural B.C. Nonprofit Day.

Our Stories

Explore success stories and projects in the community.

Uniting for Impact

"The heart of SurreyCares Community Foundation is serving the people of Surrey who need it most so that no one is left behind.  Our focus everyday is to advocate for those needs and ensure that funding is placed into the hands of not-for-profit organizations doing the good work on the ground - and coming alongside those teams.  Together we are uplifting lives in Surrey using multiple channels at once.”

-John Lawson, Chairman

1500

Unique newcomers welcomed to Canada

(DiverseCity)

145

Cancer patients served in 2023

(Volunteer Cancer Drivers Society)

1122

Individuals in need of mental healthcare served in 2023

(Canadian Mental Health Association)

500

Individuals with disabilities served in 2023

(Tetra Society of North America)

1200

Counselling sessions provided in 2023

(Realistic Success Recovery Society)

99

Individuals struggling with homelessness served in 2023

(Raincity Housing and Support Society)

Support Group

Community Services Recovery Fund

The Community Services Recovery Fund is a one-time investment from the Government of Canada of $400 million to help community service organizations (charities, non-profits, Indigenous governing bodies) adapt, modernize and be better equipped to improve the efficacy, accessibility and sustainability of the community services that they provide through the pandemic recovery and beyond.

"We have benefited enormously on having SurreyCares managed donations. The return on our donor’s investment was substantially more than we could generate on our own as an organization. Donors know that SurreyCares are a responsible steward of their money."

Douglas Justice, Darts Hill Garden Park Endowment Fund

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