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Charcuterie on the Pier

What does a world record-setting 500 feet long charcuterie board look like and how does it come together?  Volunteer to be part of an historic attempt on Saturday, September 2 as Sheila’s Catering Team attempts to break the World Record of the Longest Charcuterie Board on the White Rock Pier.  Sources is working along their side to build and welcome you into their volunteer team.

Volunteer Registration is now OPEN!  There are so many volunteer opportunities to chose from.  Volunteers with all skills and abilities are welcome.  You must be a minimum of 16 years of age to volunteer.

  • Event set-up
  • Registration
  • Charcuterie Board Set-Up
  • Pier Ambassador
  • and more!

As a volunteer, you will enjoy a number of great benefits from participating in this historic event!

  • An event t-shirt to keep (please don’t forget to indicate your tshirt size!)
  • Snacks and water to keep you refreshed and energized
  • A certificate of participation in Charcuterie on the Pier – World Record Setting Event
  • A personal charcuterie board to keep
  • A pre-event Volunteer Orientation
  • A chance to engage with visitors and the local community
  • An opportunity to support local charities such as Sources Community Resources Society,  the Semiahmoo Rotary Club and Friends of the Pier.  All net proceeds will go towards these groups

Information & Referral (Maple Street)

Volunteer Services Information & Referral (I&R) is a position based out of the Volunteer Services office where several community programs are operated. I&R volunteers are the main person of contact for people using the services of our Maple Street location. Services include Volunteer Wheels, Shop by Phone and the Income Tax clinic.

Newton Resource Centre

Newton Advocacy Intake Volunteers are based out of the Advocacy Programs.  In addition to offering advocacy services in the area of income assistance, disability benefits, residential tenancy matters and Canadian Pension Plan Disability benefits, we also have a Housing First team and Surrey Rent Bank. As an intake volunteer, you will be assisting our Intake Workers and acting as the first point of contact for individuals seeking service in person and over the phone.

Sources Langley Food Bank

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Sources Langley Food Bank serves approximately 1000 individuals a week by providing nutritious food and support to community members in need. The Sources Food Banks strive to raise awareness about poverty, and to involve the community in solutions. Our Food Banks are proud to offer a choice-based model for our clients— contributing to the preservation of dignity and power of choice for clients lending to an overall more positive experience.

Volunteers assist with direct food distribution, working alongside users of the Food Bank to meet their daily food needs.

Sources Food Hub

Sources Food Hub is a centralized location servicing Sources' two Food Banks: White Rock/South Surrey and Langley. Its' primary work is to rescue and redistribute good food that would otherwise go to waste. Here rescued and donated food are directed for weighing and sorting in order to create menus and hampers that will serve the users of Sources' Food Banks.

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Sources Newton Advocacy Resource Centre

The Advocacy Centre provides assistance to people with in accessing benefits to which they are entitled.   They provide support to people in applying for financial benefits, find safe and affordable housing, support individuals to maintain housing, operate a Rent Bank and the website "Ask an Advocate".

Located at #102 - 13771 72A Ave. Surrey, BC

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Sources Volunteer Services

Volunteer based programs and services operated through the Volunteer Services Office.  Located at 882 Maple Street, White Rock, BC, V4B 4M2.


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Sources Women's Place

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About Us

Sources Community Resources Society is an internationally-accredited, community-based non-profit organization. We have been providing help, encouragement and hope for individuals and families in White Rock, Surrey, Delta, Langley, Prince George, Parksville and beyond since 1978.

At SOURCES, we are committed to learning about, celebrating and incorporating Indigenous knowledge into our practices as we continue our work in truth, reconciliation and resurgence. 

We acknowledges that our work takes place on the unceded traditional and ancestral territories of Indigenous people.  Our offices are specifically located on the lands of the Semiahmoo, Kwantlen, Katzie and Tsawwassen First Nations in the Lower Mainland; the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation in the North and the Snaw-Naw-As First Nation on Vancouver Island.  We are honoured to be part of these communities and many more.

We touch the lives of thousands of individuals and families across the Lower Mainland, Northern British Columbia and Vancouver Island every year. To serve them, our team of dedicated staff and devoted volunteers offer a variety of social wellness programs and services through more than 20 locations, including Community Resource Centres, that are continually expanding to meet individual and community needs.

Our Mission is to promote:

Social wellness for our community

We welcome people of all genders, races, cultures, ethnicities and abilities. We strive to create more vibrant and resilient communities by offering support to children, youth, families, persons with disabilities, seniors, LGBTQ2S+ individuals, and others who are coping with isolation, addiction, mental illness, poverty, disability and conflict. We also support our communities through leadership, education and volunteerism.

We are very proud that SOURCES was the first social service agency in British Columbia and the 13th in Canada to be accredited by the internationally-recognized Council on Accreditation—a significant recognition of the high quality of our service to our clients and our community. We were re-accredited in 2020 are incredibly proud of this achievement.