The Surrey Poverty Reduction Coalition was formed in 2012 to promote implementation of the Surrey Poverty Reduction Plan (THIS is how we end poverty in Surrey). The Coalition members are committed to:
By 2017, SPRC has undertaken a number of projects that address poverty, and supported many local agencies in their work of poverty reduction. Click here to see our Progress Report: SPRC Progress Report 2012-16.
The Surrey Poverty Reduction Coalition is a non-partisan group. Membership of the Coalition consists of representatives from relevant stakeholders including government, business, health services, community service agencies, and population groups impacted by poverty. The Coalition membership has been designed to balance a broad representation of Surrey’s community with the need to be productive and effective.
Key Duties and Responsibilities of the Surrey PRC:
Members of Surrey Poverty Reduction Coalition, December 6, 2016
Back row, L to R: Kristen Andrews, Steven Lamothe, Njeri Kontulati, Karen Blackman, Kristin Patten, Steve Dooley, Vera LeFranc, Margaret Mubanda, Joe WoodworthFront row, L to R: Ashleigh Rajala, Alice Sundberg, Meghan Martin, Denise Darrell, Jen McCaffrey, Jacopo Miro, Anne Peterson