Comfort and Care during COVID-19

SOURCES will continue to do our best to deliver our essential social services, ensuring that the most vulnerable members of community are taken care of while maintaining the health, safety and wellness of our dedicated staff and volunteer team.

To provide help and hope to the increasing number of people who need it during the COVID-19 pandemic, our intent is to apply funds raised strategically to areas of critical need. Read More…

Langley4Langley community challenge supports Sources Langley Food Bank

Many thanks to the organizers, sponsors and participants of the Langley4Langley fundraiser for their support of Sources Langley Food Bank!

Langley4Langley is a month-long community fundraising challenge event open to anyone who lives, works or volunteers in Langley. From August 15 to September 30, 2021, participants walked, ran and engaged in various activities to get moving, enjoy nature and make an impact. Participants also won prizes from local companies* while raising funds for their local Food Banks BC accredited food bank. 

The event had 44 registered participants and raised more than $3,000! With Sources Langley Food Bank’s triple buying power, we’ll be able to purchase $9,000 worth of healthy food for those in need in the Langley communities.

Special thanks to Langley4Langley co-organizers Anthony Stephenson and Tony Markin! Thank you to Phil Ellis, owner and operator of Peninsula Runners in Langley, for being the “hub” for the event, accepting donations in-store, providing prizes and the technical running shirts in conjunction with Brooks Running, who also provided a pair of running shoes to the top 10 miler for the men and the women. Also, thanks to Roxci Bevis who looked after the event website and social media.

*Thank you to these local businesses for supporting Langley4Langley and Sources Langley Food Bank:

A&W Restaurants
Alpine Credits
The Barley Merchant Taproom & Kitchen
Bradner Hills Farm
Brooks Running
Dead Frog Brewery
Itec Systems Design
The Joseph Richards Group
Macdonald’s Restaurants in North Langley & Willowby
Peninsula Runners
Smuggler’s Trail Brewery & Restaurant
Spineworks Chiropractic & Massage



Firefly lantern fundraiser for food bank started by former volunteer

When Bob Jadis left his hometown in Nova Scotia as a youth, his father said to him, “Son, if nothing else, I want you to remember to always put back more into the community than you take out.” Those parting words etched themselves onto Bob’s heart. He went on to contribute countless volunteer hours at various organizations and even formed a charitable jazz band, “Souper Jazz,” that plays to this day in support of the soup kitchen in Ottawa. Now, at 83 years old and residing in the South Surrey-White Rock area, Bob continues to think of novel ways to give back to his community. Read More…

Long-term SOURCES sponsorship creates lasting friendships

As one of SOURCES’ longest-serving gala sponsors, the Hazelmere Golf and Country Club has become more like a family than a supporter over the past 20 years.

“It’s always a great experience to be with our friends at SOURCES and the gala is an annual event that the whole team looks forward to,” explains Frank Fourchalk, general manager for the West Coast Golf Group which owns the Hazelmere venue.  “We have a lot of long-term employees here and it’s nice when we have these events, year in and year out, because we can all look forward to working with everyone again.”

As the all-important gala venue sponsor, the Hazelmere Golf and Country Club plays a key role in the annual SOURCES gala – with Hazelmere staff getting involved in a new gala theme each year.  “It’s our time to shine and it makes us feel good in hosting the event,” says Fourchalk.  “It allows us to commit our support even more and it lets staff get really involved due to executing the event.”

Working side by side with SOURCES staff and contractors, Hazelmere staff function both behind the scenes and in front, helping to ensure that the gala is a success.  “We have so much familiarity and short-hand between the two teams which really helps us to adapt to what happened with COVID-19 – we had to do what we never thought we would have to do and it seemed like every two minutes we were pivoting and making adjustments,” notes Fourchalk.

This year, due to the pandemic, the SOURCES gala was first postponed from spring until fall and then, eventually, hosted virtually with SOURCES volunteers delivering the dinner meal, prepared by Hazelmere’s chef, directly to gala attendees.

The year 2022 will be Hazelmere’s 60th anniversary and, having been part of the community for so long, Fourchalk says he has seen the benefits of helping others first hand.  “The scope of services that SOURCES offers is incredible and why it’s important to support an agency that is local and doing great things for the community.”