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FVRCF supports 10 local charities with $90,000 for vulnerable and marginalized Fraser Valley youth

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The Fraser Valley Realtors Charitable Foundation (FVRCF) announced $90,000 in a second round of grants. The funds will support 10 local charities that directly work with vulnerable and marginalized youth in British Columbia’s Fraser Valley.


Funds to help disadvantaged youth across Fraser Valley


Funds received range from $2,000 to $10,000 to support work to help youth in Surrey, Langley, Abbotsford, White Rock, North Delta and Mission. Programs and opportunities include those in housing, education, employment, mental health support, mentorship programs and more.

“At the heart of our mission is a commitment to support vulnerable and marginalized youth by providing resources, support and opportunities for them to succeed,” says John Barbisan, FVRCF board of directors chair. “It is an honour to extend grants to charitable organizations actively engaged in bettering the lives of at-risk youth in the Fraser Valley.”

This announcement follows the inaugural round of grants announced earlier this year, in May. In 2023, the FVRCF contributed $190,000 to Fraser Valley charities working to better the lives of vulnerable youth.


Grant recipients


Grant recipients include Alex House ($10,000), PLEA Community Services ($10,000), Take A Hike Youth Foundation ($10,000), Moving Forward Family Services ($10,000), Surrey Fire Fighters’ Nutritional Snack Program Society ($8,000), Shelter Movers ($2,000), Encompass Support Services Society ($10,000), Kindred Community Farm Sanctuary ($10,000), The Salvation Army Cascade Community Ministries ($10,000) and Youth Unlimited ($10,000).


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