COVID-19 has affected everyone in some way. Many of us in British Columbia have been fortunate to continue working while isolating with loved ones, food on the table and access to technology to stay connected. But there are many other British Columbians who aren’t as fortunate — people who face multiple barriers such as language challenges, job loss, food insecurity, lack of information on what’s happening or how to move forward.
At DIVERSEcity, we are working to support vulnerable immigrants and refugees through our settlement, employment, counselling, children’s and seniors’ services. But we see that many of our clients in Surrey, BC, need additional support at this time to help cover the basics.
We have been so grateful to have already received donations from organizations like Community Food Centres Canada, Shaw Communications as well as private citizens to help buy food and other necessities. As we approach Giving Tuesday on December 1, we ask for your donations for our DIVERSEcity Support Fund and Refugee Support Fund.
Donations to these funds will directly help the most vulnerable in our community with expenses such as:
Simply press the Donate button or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.