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Sullivan Elementary teacher Annette Harris with student Maeva Bhullar, who raised $6,126 during the school's Jump Rope for Heart campaign. (Photo: Tom Zillich)

Surrey student, 6, raises more than half of school’s $10,473 total, then donates prize toy

‘I want to help people,’ says Maeva Bhullar at Sullivan Elementary

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Sullivan Elementary teacher Annette Harris with student Maeva Bhullar, who raised $6,126 during the school's Jump Rope for Heart campaign. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
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Surrey teacher’s Zumbathon for Cancer returns to Fleetwood Park gym June 3

Fitness-themed fundraiser held at school where Elaine Chong works

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White Rock Mayor Darryl Walker joined the Mayors Food Bank Challenge which is over on May 31. (File photo)

‘Please give’: Mayor Darryl Walker urges White Rock to support local food bank

Mayors Food Bank Challenge runs until the end of May

White Rock Mayor Darryl Walker joined the Mayors Food Bank Challenge which is over on May 31. (File photo)
This Brookswood home is part of a $2.5-million prize package. It comes complete with a two-bedroom legal basement suite and much more. (Hometown Heroes Lottery/Special to Langley Advance Times)

PHOTOS: Langley smart house part of Hometown Heroes Lottery

A Lower Mainland prize home is the primary part of $2.5-M package currently up for grabs

This Brookswood home is part of a $2.5-million prize package. It comes complete with a two-bedroom legal basement suite and much more. (Hometown Heroes Lottery/Special to Langley Advance Times)
Women and children are the focus of efforts ongoing in Zimbabwe by the South Surrey-based Zimbabwe Gecko Society. (Contributed photo)

South Surrey garage sale to aid efforts in Zimbabwe

Society founders recently spent three months in African country

Women and children are the focus of efforts ongoing in Zimbabwe by the South Surrey-based Zimbabwe Gecko Society. (Contributed photo)
Jakob-Anthony with his younger sister Emma-Leigh Handley will be going to Calgary with their mother Katie for Jakob’s 16th surgery. (Contributed photo)

South Surrey woman starts bottle drive for son’s doctor’s appointment in Calgary

Katie Handley’s son Jakob-Anthony, 13, has Noonan syndrome

Jakob-Anthony with his younger sister Emma-Leigh Handley will be going to Calgary with their mother Katie for Jakob’s 16th surgery. (Contributed photo)
The Champion of the Crescent paddleboard event is scheduled for July 23 at Blackie Spit Park. (Contributed photo)

Champion of the Crescent paddleboard event to return this summer

Event, held at Blackie Spit Park in South Surrey, is scheduled for July 23

The Champion of the Crescent paddleboard event is scheduled for July 23 at Blackie Spit Park. (Contributed photo)
Amanda Roman (front) has seen the positive impacts of Burn Camp for young survivors. (Contributed photo)

Burn camp ‘so important’ to young survivors: Surrey dispatcher

South Surrey home part of largest Hometown Heroes Lottery prize package

Amanda Roman (front) has seen the positive impacts of Burn Camp for young survivors. (Contributed photo)
The first big donation of the McHappy Day on Wednesday, May 11 at the Langley Murrayville McDonald’s arrived with volunteer Lanette Salisbury, a Langley realtor who brought a $500 cheque from Homelife Benchmark Realty, then took charge of the prize wheel. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: It’s McHappy Day

All McDonald’s are raising funds

The first big donation of the McHappy Day on Wednesday, May 11 at the Langley Murrayville McDonald’s arrived with volunteer Lanette Salisbury, a Langley realtor who brought a $500 cheque from Homelife Benchmark Realty, then took charge of the prize wheel. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Centennial Arena was filled with Gala attendees to enjoy a night inspired by Italian culture, while also giving back to the Peace Arch Hospital. (Submitted photo/Peace Arch Hospital Foundation)

2022 Peace Arch Hospital Foundation Gala fundraiser ‘a love letter to Italy’

Long-awaited May 7 gala raised more than $900,000

Centennial Arena was filled with Gala attendees to enjoy a night inspired by Italian culture, while also giving back to the Peace Arch Hospital. (Submitted photo/Peace Arch Hospital Foundation)
”Life with Williams Syndrome: An Introduction to Williams Syndrome for Kids” is the debut work by Tsawwassen resident Amy Miller, who was inspired to write the book after her daughter Olivia was diagnosed with the rare genetic disorder two years ago. (Submitted photo)

Delta mom’s debut book to raise funds for research into daughter’s rare medical condition

Proceeds from the sale of Life with Williams Syndrome in May to benefit Williams Syndrome Association

”Life with Williams Syndrome: An Introduction to Williams Syndrome for Kids” is the debut work by Tsawwassen resident Amy Miller, who was inspired to write the book after her daughter Olivia was diagnosed with the rare genetic disorder two years ago. (Submitted photo)
Hike for Hospice successfully returned for their first in-person Hike for Hospice since the pandemic started. (File photo)

Hike for Hospice: Fundraiser surpasses $40,000 goal for Peace Arch Hospice Society

The fundraiser was on Sunday, May 1 to raise money for the Peace Arch Hospice Society

Hike for Hospice successfully returned for their first in-person Hike for Hospice since the pandemic started. (File photo)
Frontline worker ‘superheroes’ are the focus of an upcoming fundraiser organized by South Surrey and White Rock students. (pahf.ca photo)
Frontline worker ‘superheroes’ are the focus of an upcoming fundraiser organized by South Surrey and White Rock students. (pahf.ca photo)
Patricia Mulvaney has hosted a drive-thru collection at Mount Olive Lutheran Church in South Surrey since just after the pandemic was declared. The food and clothing items received are delivered to Surrey Urban Mission Society. (Contributed photo)

South Surrey drive-thru donation program coming to a close

Weekly effort in Mount Olive Lutheran Church parking lot ends today (May 3)

Patricia Mulvaney has hosted a drive-thru collection at Mount Olive Lutheran Church in South Surrey since just after the pandemic was declared. The food and clothing items received are delivered to Surrey Urban Mission Society. (Contributed photo)
John Lowe is selling coffee to help raise funds for body armour to protect a group of Canadian volunteers in Ukraine. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress)

Chilliwack man raising money for body armour to protect volunteers in Ukraine

Veteran John Lowe selling bags of This Coffee Stops Bullets, hoping to raise $10,000

John Lowe is selling coffee to help raise funds for body armour to protect a group of Canadian volunteers in Ukraine. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress)
Logan Gordon, 11, helps out at Kindred Community Farm Sanctuary in South Surrey. (Contributed file photo)

Late artist’s paintings to be auctioned for South Surrey farm-animal sanctuary

Proceeds from sale of three of Vojislav Morosan’s colourful works to benefit Kindred farm

Logan Gordon, 11, helps out at Kindred Community Farm Sanctuary in South Surrey. (Contributed file photo)
Noted comedian Simon King will headline A Night of Comedy for Soroptimist International of White Rock on May 12. (Joan Ullyett photo)

South Surrey night of comedy to benefit women in need

Simon King headlines fundraiser for Soroptimist International of White Rock

Noted comedian Simon King will headline A Night of Comedy for Soroptimist International of White Rock on May 12. (Joan Ullyett photo)
This year's walk in White Rock and South Surrey is in honour of Donna and Mike Wager. (Alzheimer Society of B.C. photo)

Alzheimer walk returns to White Rock waterfront

Fundraiser honours Donna and Mike Wager

This year's walk in White Rock and South Surrey is in honour of Donna and Mike Wager. (Alzheimer Society of B.C. photo)
Madison Fleischer and her mom Lisa have started Slava Sweatshirts, selling clothing, pins and mugs, to raise funds for Ukraine to help rebuild beyond the war. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

Surrey mom-and-daughter duo raise thousands to help Ukraine

Lisa and Madison Fleischer began selling the Slava Sweatshirts out of Delta boutique, but it’s grown worldwide

Madison Fleischer and her mom Lisa have started Slava Sweatshirts, selling clothing, pins and mugs, to raise funds for Ukraine to help rebuild beyond the war. (Photo: Lauren Collins)
To continue supporting youth across BC, 11 Big Brothers Big Sisters agencies are coming together to host The Big BC Lotto. Buy your tickets now for a chance to win half the jackpot in a classic 50/50 draw!

Lotto for a cause: Half for you, half for ‘Bigs’ and ‘Littles’ across BC!

The Big BC Lotto helps connect youth with caring mentors across the province

  • Apr 11, 2022
To continue supporting youth across BC, 11 Big Brothers Big Sisters agencies are coming together to host The Big BC Lotto. Buy your tickets now for a chance to win half the jackpot in a classic 50/50 draw!