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Mail: SurreyCares Community Foundation

P.O. Box 34089, Surrey, BC, Canada V3S 8C4

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Stories from Grant Recipients

Semiahmoo Animal League

About the project:

This short video gives you a window into the work being done by the Semiahmoo Animal League

In 2017, SurreyCares was able to grant funds to support their work with youth at risk. 

Learn more about the Semiahmoo Animal League here.

Cerebral Palsy Association of BC

About the project:

This short video gives you a window into the work being done by the Cerebral Palsy Associatoin of BC. 

In 2018, SurreyCares was able to grant funds to support the Surrey Dance Without Limits program. Funding for this grant was thanks to the Surrey Rehabilitation Society endowment fund which entrusts SurreyCares to make grants on it's behalf. 

Learn more about the Cerebral Palsy Association of BC here.

Tetra Society of North America

About the project:

Tetra volunteers create custom assistive devices to enhance the lives of adults and children with significant physical disabilities. Tetra creates volunteer-built assistive devices specifically for citizens of Surrey with disabilities.

Learn more about Tetra Society of North America here.

SOS Children's Villages

About the project:

The goal of this subprogram is to identify young adults at high risk of not completing high school and ensure that they graduate and commence on additional education.

The Transition to Adulthood Program provides vulnerable youth with 1:1 support that assists them to develop life skills, independence, find employment or training, and secure housing with the help of our experienced youth workers.

Learn more about SOS Children's Villages here.

Down Syndrome Research Foundation

About the project:

The DSRF launched services at the City Centre building in Surrey and are now offering occupational therapy, speech therapy, and one to one reading on three days of the week. They are fully registered for these services serving 25 children, and now have a small wait list which they hope to address in 2018. The children have benefited by having access to support for their communication skills, life skills, and reading ability which will assist with their long term ability to participate in their community.

Learn more about Down Syndrome Research Foundation here.

A Rocha

About the project:

The Enriched Orchard project supported individuals of all ages in learning about how the orchard provides habitat for vital pollinator species and their native host plants. They also learned about sustainable practices that support soil health and biodiversity. .

Learn more about A Rocha here.

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