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Seniors go digital with DIVERSEcity’s Seniors TechConnect: a tablet loaning library

June 3, 2021

DIVERSEcity receives support from federal government, United Way and Surrey Libraries for its Seniors TechConnect tablet loaning library!… Read more

BC Multiculturalism Grant helps support DIVERSEcity’s Together Now program

April 20, 2021

DIVERSEcity Community Resources Society has been awarded a BC Multiculturalism grant of $5,000 toward its Together Now LGBTQ+… Read more

DIVERSEcity makes donation to Nisa Helpline for International Women’s Day; PCRS matches it!

March 8, 2021

Today, on International Women’s Day (March 8), DIVERSEcity Community Resources Society is proud to announce it has continued… Read more

Announcing the winners of this year’s LGBTQ2S+ January Marie Lapuz Youth Leadership Awards!

January 27, 2021

DIVERSEcity exclusive sponsor of Sher Vancouver’s January Marie Lapuz Youth Leadership Award LGBTQ2S+ activist Christopher Nkambwe of Toronto… Read more

New business incubator for women makers and creators

October 30, 2020

DIVERSEcity, VCC and Canadian Western Bank partner to support women entrepreneurs build businesses and community Women are still… Read more

New hands-on Power Girls program empowers racialized girls to embrace STEM

October 19, 2020

The joint program from DIVERSEcity and SFU will build connection and space for migrant girls aged 9–12 in… Read more

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DIVERSEcity's Youth Programs' Program Assistant Rochelle Prasad is not your average 23-year-old. In addition to her work supporting Surrey's youth, Rochelle is also the founder of the successful non-profit SPARK Foundation CA, a published author and working part-time with the United Nations.Get to know how this internationally recognized social entrepreneur is empowering the next generation by visiting www.dcrs.ca/how-diversecitys-rochelle-prasad-is-empowering-the-next-generation/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Looking to start your career in trades? Don't miss this free training!Join this 20-week ITA and PTIB approved Electrical Foundations training program, in partnership with Ace Community College, to gain the knowledge and skills needed to become a construction electrician.Program starts February 14. Registration is open now! Don't miss this opportunity! Contact 604-547-1224, email kchahal@dcrs.ca or visit www.dcrs.ca/our-services/employment-programs/electrical-foundation-harmonized-program/ ... See MoreSee Less
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