The Cloverdale Community Kitchen is not about building a kitchen. Building a kitchen is about providing a functional space where the community can serve each other. The development of the Cloverdale Community Kitchen will depend on the collaboration of different agencies to make something good happen that can add strength, health, and refuge for those who make Cloverdale home.
The Surrey Housing and Homelessness Society makes a difference in the lives of people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in Surrey by raising, managing and distributing funds to support programs, projects and initiatives. Their dedication is to grow the Housing and Homelessness fund through donations to ensure long term funding solutions to the community, until homelessness in Surrey is eliminated.
- Read the article in their 2013 Annual Report about the Cloverdale Community Kitchen
- On October 17, 2012 Pacific officially received their $25,000 grant. See the online update and the other 2012 recipients.
The Chamber is the voice of business and professional people who join together to promote the well being of the Cloverdale district.
Cloverdale Homelessness Commitee
The committee is a cross-section of community representatives, including residents, businesses, faither groups, service organizations, and the RCMP. The committee approached Pacific asking them to estable a new soup kitchen at their site.
Langley Presbyterian Church and Shepherds House
Every Friday, Langley Presbyterian Church in partnership with Shepherd's House hosts a dinner at Pacific. The Cloverdale Reporter wrote a story about them in August 2011. Read it here.
Pacific Community Church
That's us. Pacific believes their physical space and facilities are to be used by many who want to make a difference. Working and partnering with others is the way forward to address a variety of needs and provide a place for people, when times are tough, to connect and find their way.