Funding for Programs we support is provided through a BC Gaming Grant – We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia
Totally Beautiful Girl’s Group – (Our Signature Program)
Promoting the inclusion of young women affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) to their communities in a safe and nurturing environment.
Our club, through funds from BC Gaming and participation by our members, supports this program that includes:
- the opportunity to socialize with typical youth of a similar age.
- the opportunity to learn from typical young women in a supportive, non-judgmental environment.
- to provide FASD affected young women the life skills and guidance needed for a successful life, and to educate typical young women on the risks of drinking alcohol while pregnant
- employment workshops
Stepping Stones – www.youngfamilies.ca
A local program to help single Moms. Our funds help maintain on-going programs:
- Thrive – 10 week life skills program
- Muffin Morning
- Community Kitchen
- Drop-in (high number of referrals from the community this past fall)
Surrey Food Bank – www.surreyfoodbank.org
Tiny Bundle Program. They supply expectant mothers and new mothers with formula, mil, eggs, baby food and small baby items including educational toys and books each week for 1 full year. We support the Tiny Bundles families who require their hamper delivered to them in their home. Our delivery service provides expectant mothers with high risk pregnancies and post partum moms who qualify. This funding would support the operation and fuel costs for SFB van.
Women of Value Education and Support Society – www.womenofvalue.ca
“What’s Next” Pilot Program to provide support and hope, and teach wholeness and acceptance to female survivors of sexual exploitation/domestic or international human trafficking.
Boys & Girls Clubs of South Coast BC
Preteen Girls Program at the Hillside Club (Delta). To increase self esteem, develop problem solving skills, and to provide girls with the skills needed for the transition to high school & to discuss issues of importance to them.
Forever BeaYOUtiful – www.foreverbeayoutiful.com
Provides programs across the lower mainland, allowing girls from all backgrounds and financial situations to participate in confidence classes
Supplied and distributed by SI Surrey/Delta members to refuge moms and single moms who are returning to school and/or are in need of assistance with their new babies.
These handmade pillows are given to women at the Cancer Centre. The fabric was donated by Laura’s Fashion Fabrics and the pillows were made by the sewing group at Peace Portal Alliance Church
Delta Transition House
Provide “birthday gifts” to women in transition.