Community Impact

Sources Foundation – Social Wellness for our Community

Families &
Children

Families and children are the foundation of an inclusive, resilient community. By funding legal aid, counselling, support groups and more, we can offer free resources help make a difference in these lives.

Poverty
Relief

Poverty drains individuals and society. By providing hunger relief, housing and income supports, we give hope back to our community's most vulnerable people and empower them to recover and thrive.

Community
Support

A healthy community is a result of caring for each other. Our programs are geared to help those in need by opening doors to access medical care, combat social isolation and more.

Latest News

Long-term SOURCES sponsorship creates lasting friendships

As one of SOURCES’ longest-serving gala sponsors, the Hazelmere Golf and Country Club has become more…

Prospera honoured to partner with SOURCES

Prospera is a proud sponsor of the Sources Foundation. Since 2009, Prospera has contributed more than…

Helping others is what it means to be part of the community

Part of crafting sustainable local communities that offer ecologically-friendly solutions also means giving back to local…

Sources Food Banks do NOT solicit donations door-to-door

A friendly reminder that as recognized member food banks with Food Banks BC and Food Banks…

Kennedy Electric food drive supports Sources Langley Food Bank

When companies care about community, amazing things can happen. Last month, Langley-based business Kennedy Electric organized a…

Donations help enroll 30 more children to Imagination Library program

An additional 30 young children in the Surrey-White Rock community will begin receiving free monthly books…

SOURCES and Amica team up for a very merry delivery

On Christmas Eve, something magical happened in South Surrey-White Rock. Isolated seniors who were preparing for…

Ocean Park Food Drive helps White Rock/South Surrey Food Bank

The tradition continues! Back in 1991, local realtor Lesley Hames started the Annual Ocean Park Food Drive…