On May 29th Brenda Eastwood, leading expert on women’s health and hormones, will be sharing easy-to-apply techniques to improve your mood, memory, sex drive and more by balancing your hormones. This exciting seminar is part of Brenda’s 7 Gala Event Book Launch for her newest release: Get Off The PMS and Perimenopausal Roller Coaster, Learn 9 Natural Fast Track Solutions to Balanced Hormones.
Recent media attention has praised Surrey Mobile Assault Response Team (SMART) as Surrey’s first and only 24-hour emergency response service for victims of physical and sexual assault. While we’re grateful for the praise, we’re even more grateful for the opportunity to reach out to the many women and children who may not know where to turn for help.
When women and children find safety from violence, they also find hope for the future. That's why, each year, the Canadian Women's Foundation runs the Morning for Hope campaign. The campaign raises funds to support women's organizations across the country to help end violence against women. This year, Surrey Women's Centre's Sonya Boyce joined Sarah Ruddle from the Canadian Women's Foundation on Breakfast Television to encourage Canadians to support Morning for Hope.
Are you a feminist leader that LOVES to work with women, girls and community! What if you're not, but want to be!?! Then we think you should consider our team. We want passion, we want leadership, we want flexible team players who are in it because women deserve us to take a stand and STOP the #victimblaming. Can you work in the grey and put aside ideology when the safety of women is more important . . . No one said it was easy, but we do it and we think you can too!
In a recent press release, the Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation applauded the success of the Surrey Mobile Assault Response Team (SMART) in promoting the safety of girls and women in our community. SMART is an innovative partnership between Surrey Women’s Centre and Fraser Health which assists women and children to access critical medical, legal and social services following a physical or sexual assault. SMART collaborates with a wide range of service providers to improve screening, intervention and treatment of physical and sexual assault.
Today on International Women’s Day, I sat silently in a packed funeral chapel and wept in unison with dozens of people missing, hurting for, and remembering the beautiful bright, gentle light that was Janice Shore. You know her name because of her unspeakable death. You’ve heard the stories, the rumours, and the few known details surrounding her last days.
In an interview with the Georgia Straight, Surrey Women’s Centre’s Maryam Majedi describes the experience of many immigrant and refugee women in Canada. When fleeing domestic violence, Majedi explains, women who are new to Canada face additional barriers to the services that will ensure their safety.
Thank you to everyone for coming out to support and enjoy Surrey’s 19th annual International Women’s day! What a celebration it was! From the delicious food, to the beautiful roses, the singing and dancing, and of course the great prizes!
This year’s theme was “See the Change, BE THE CHANGE”. The stories of hope and inspiration helped send the message that every woman counts and every voice makes a difference. That women united together can be the change for a better future!
Join us this Saturday, March 2nd as we celebrate Surrey's 19th annual International Women's Day! Enjoy entertainment, snacks, refreshments and door prizes at this free event, which is open to all women and children. The event will be held at Queen Elizabeth Secondary School at 9457 King George Highway in Surrey from 12:30PM to 4:00PM.
For more information contact:
Sandra at 604-597-4358
Shannon at 604-588-8008