How can we make Surrey more engaged? Come and learn about Neighbourhood Small Grants!
February 22
City Centre Library

How can we make Surrey more engaged?

Come and learn about Neighbourhood Small Grants - up to $500 available to residents in small grants!

Did you know that you could get $500 to organize a block party or a soccer tournament in your community? Come and learn what other residents - Small Grants recipients - did last year. We will discuss ideas and help with tips on your applications. Anybody who lives in Surrey* is eligible to apply. 

  • Thursday, February 22
  • 5:30 - 7:00 pm
  • City Centre Library
  • 10350 University Drive, Surrey, 1st Floor READ-Ability Lounge. Coffee and tea is served. 
  • Free to attend. Registration required.  

Moderators: Members of the Surrey Immigrant Advisory Roundtable (IAR) and Neighbourhood Small Grants Coordinator. Surrey IAR is a group of 16 immigrant and refugee residents who work together to make Surrey more welcoming and inclusive. 

Inclusive City Cafes were initiated in the fall of 2015. This series is a partnership between the Surrey Local Immigration Partnership - LIP, City of Surrey, Surrey Libraries, SFU Philosopher's Cafe, and the SFU Surrey-TD Community Engagement Centre. 

*most areas of Surrey