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Posted on September 14, 2015

Help us make life a little easier for new moms in need.

Posted on August 19, 2015

“I sometimes have to change my schedule so that I won’t stay so late on campus. Being a female student means that you have to think about these things. It feels very stressful."

Posted on August 18, 2015

The team at Surrey Women’s Centre was thrilled to work with SFU students to raise awareness about violence against women on university campuses. Business students Scott, Joy, Neha and Rizwan set up booths on both Burnaby and Surrey SFU campuses, where they shared information about Surrey Women's Centre.

Posted on July 27, 2015

We had a blast at the Vancity Food Cart Festival last weekend. Thank you all so much for dropping by to say hello. Special thanks to our friends at Vancity for inviting us to join the festivities!

Posted on July 21, 2015

“Talking with the team made me realize just how detrimental the issue of violence against women and girls is," Carlisle explains. "It wasn’t until I went in person that I understood the scope and severity of this issue; that there are women and children battling for survival every day."

Posted on July 21, 2015

As an honoured guest of our Welcome Tours, you get an exclusive visit to the centre, where you can see your generous donations at work. You’ll have the chance to check out the different programs and meet our team, who are eager to show you the ropes!

Posted on July 8, 2015

I never really knew where I would end up for my co-op position. As an aspiring teacher, I was open to all possibilities, but meeting new people and listening to what they had to say was at the core of what I wanted to do.

Posted on June 22, 2015

Roll out the red carpet, because this is your glimpse into Surrey Women's Centre at Hollywood North for National Victims of Crime Awareness Week 2015.

Posted on June 22, 2015

​As a support worker, I’ve sat across from myself many times at the hospital. I remember my own story, and how I’ve helped other women share theirs.

Posted on June 19, 2015

My job as a Fund Developer for Surrey Women's Centre is to open the conversation around violence against women. I find myself talking nonstop about it to my friends and family. They may start off with surprise and disbelief, along with the familiar string of questions, but after a while, an interesting phenomena happens: they start opening up to me about gendered issues that they face in their everyday lives.

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