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Press Release

The Fraser Valley REALTORS® Charitable Foundation (FVRCF), today announced $90,000 in grants supporting ten local charities working directly with marginalized and vulnerable youth in the Fraser Valley. This follows the inaugural round of grants announced in May of this year. In all, the FVRCF has contributed a total of $190,000 in 2023 to Fraser Valley charities dedicated to positively impacting the lives of vulnerable youth.

In this second round of grants, 10 charities are receiving funding, ranging from $2,000-$10,000 each to support their work making a difference in the lives of young people in Surrey, Langley, Abbotsford, White Rock, North Delta, and Mission.

“At the heart of our mission is a commitment to support vulnerable and marginalized youth by providing resources, support, and opportunities for them to succeed,” said John Barbisan, Chair of the FVRCF Board of Directors. “It is an honour to extend grants to charitable organizations actively engaged in bettering the lives of at-risk youth in the Fraser Valley.”

The charities receiving grants through the FVRCF represent organizations who are providing housing, education, employment opportunities, mental health support, mentorship programs, and so much more, to vulnerable youth in the Fraser Valley.

PLEA Community Services was one of ten local charities to receive a grant.

Grant Recipients by Community:

Surrey/North Delta/White Rock: