Based on the positive responses received from parents last year, the Community Safety Section is hosting another set of FREE Parent Workshops to help keep kids safe from gangs.
The workshops take place from April 19–June 7, 6–8pm at a school near you.
The sessions will provide parents tips and tools to recognize and respond to warning signs for gang involvement as well as build protective factors that minimize their young person’s susceptibility for recruitment. Workshops are supported by Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit (CFSEU) BC, Surrey School District 36 and SFU Clinical Counsellors from the Surrey Anti-Gang Family Empowerment (SAFE) Program.
Surrey Steps Up is an annual showcase hosted by the City of Surrey, Surrey RCMP and the Surrey School District, that celebrates the ways that children and youth “Step Up” in their schools and communities to do something positive. As a part of the 2022 initiative, Surrey Steps Up is partnering with Equitas to provide five $500 community action project grants to groups who are “stepping up” in Surrey!
The Service Above Self by Surrey Youth (SASSY) Awards in Surrey honour youth aged 15 to 21 who are living or studying in Surrey or White Rock and are making a difference in the community. The awards are provided by in partnership with the Semiahmoo Rotary Club and aim to recognize, acknowledge and celebrate the achievements of youth who exemplify “Service Above Self.”
Online Youth Nights
Youth led events are held monthly providing youth with the opportunity to participate in recreation at home! Join youth volunteer, Sanjana on April 21 for a workshop and discussion about gender inequalities.
Surrey’s Leadership Youth Council
Passionate About Transportation in Surrey?
Join the Surrey Youth Leadership Council and help advise on the City of Surrey’s transportation plan. To sign up, email Youth@surrey.ca.
A National Anti Racism Forum
April 21 | 1:30pm–4:15pm | Online
Join us for a national conversation on building more inclusive communities in Canada. This event will bring together youth leaders, community-based organizations, decision makers, municipalities and school boards to discuss priorities regarding racial justice and to hear how young people in Canada are already using their voice to tackle racism and discrimination in their communities.
Join visual artist Manjot Kaur for artmaking workshops at Surrey Art Gallery inspired by Rajesh Vora’s exhibition “Everyday Monuments.”Participants age 16+ are invited to share stories about home, place, belonging, and identity through performance and storytelling. For more information and to book, contact Assistant Curator Suvi Bains at email@example.com.
Registration Now Open
Celebrate Surrey’s 25th Environmental Extravaganza. Join us for a wide range of free environmental programs and events hosted in collaboration with our community partners. To pre-register for your outdoor adventures today.
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