Categorized Poverty Relief

Shop with a Social Purpose: New Partners support White Rock/South Surrey Food Bank

“The Rotary Save-On-Foods gift card program was introduced in June of 2016 to raise funds for our local Food Bank. As a result of the incredible support of our community, more than $64,000 has been raised for the purchase of nutritious food for people in need. We are committed to continue this program with the generous support of Save-On-Foods and our new Food Bank Partners,” said John Block, founder of The Block Charitable Foundation.

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Coldest Night of the Year 2017

Our favourite winter walkathon returned to the White Rock waterfront on February 25, 2017 and it was our most successful Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser yet!

Over $85,400 was fundraised for Sources Community Resource Centres’ Homelessness Prevention Services and Rent Bank, exceeding way beyond our $70,000 goal. This was Sources’ fourth year hosting the White Rock walk.

Thank you to all 42 teams and 300+ walkers, volunteers, sponsors, staff and donors for your fantastic support! Because of you, we can help more people in our community stay safe, warm and housed. Read More…

Rotary clubs to host 3rd annual Breakfast Fundraiser for Food Bank

The five Rotary clubs on the Peninsula will once again join forces on Saturday May 14, 2016 to host the 3rd Annual Breakfast Fundraiser for Sources South Surrey/White Rock Food Bank!

Where: First United Church (15385 Semiahmoo Avenue, White Rock)

When: 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Get your $15 ticket today!

Contact Tod Godlien at tgodlien@sourcesbc.ca

Thank you to our local Rotary clubs:

Rotary Club of Peace Arch | Rotary Club of Peninsula | Rotary Club of Semiahmoo
Rotary Club of South Surrey | Rotary Club of White Rock

Check out our roundup of last year’s Breakfast Fundraiser that raised $3,200:

The mission of the Sources Food Bank is to provide nutritious food and support to community members in need, raise awareness about poverty and involve the community in solutions. Its mandate is to provide enough food for each person in our community for at least two days per week; there is additional support for school-age children and babies. Learn more on our Food Bank page.

Charity hockey game scores $7,000 for Sources Langley Food Bank

It’s amazing what can happen when community comes together. When the Ingram Mortgage Team and Schreder Personal Real Estate Corporation met on the ice for a charity hockey game benefiting Sources Langley Food Bank, they raised $3,500 in addition to a car-load of food! That dollar amount was generously matched by Royal LePage Wolstencroft for a total donation of $7,000 for the food bank!
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