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The Saheli Foundation joins hands to create Surrey Community Relief Fund to help during the pandemic

The Surrey Community Relief Fund is focused on supporting non-profit organizations that are responding directly to the pandemic by offering supports to the most vulnerable populations in our community. These vulnerable populations may include the homeless, new immigrants and refugees, seniors, people with disabilities, mental health challenges, physical health, and others who may be negatively impacted by the COVID 19 pandemic.

Organized by SurreyCares Community Foundation, the Surrey Now-Leader, Surrey Board of Trade and The Saheli Foundation the goal is to raise $500,000. All the money is to be put to use in Surrey.

The first $500,000 will be shared amongst the following organizations:

  • Cloverdale Community Kitchen which recently launched a food delivery program for seniors in the Cloverdale area
  • Fraser Regional Aboriginal Friendship Centre supporting All Nations Youth Safe House (ANYSH) in Surrey which provides food and shelter to aboriginal youth
  • Surrey Food Bank which provides food to families living in Surrey and North Delta
  • Surrey/NorthDelta Meals on Wheels which provides home delivery of freshly prepared meals, mostly supporting the elderly

The Surrey Community Relief Fund is a way for individuals, philanthropists and businesses to contribute and support those organizations so that they can continue to do their work.