The Need for a Video
The video aims to raise awareness on the issue of homelessness in Surrey and the concrete effort taken by the City Council to end it. It shows the humane way of dealing with the homeless. The City Council’s compassionate ways of handling homeless shows that they truly understand the problem and discrimination being faced by being homeless. They address the root cause of homeless by working collaboratively with different agencies and by inviting all the sectors to work with them to address the issue of homelessness in the city.
“Ending Homelessness Is Possible.”
Vancouver video production company explains the advocacy of Surrey Housing and Homelessness Fund and the steps taken to address the issue of homelessness. It tells about the concrete steps taken, including the programs and facilities created to help the homeless. It tries to tell the viewers without being preachy that homelessness is not the problem of the city council alone, but by all the members of the community.
The Surrey Homelessness and Housing Society were established by Surrey City Council in 2007.
The facility provides services for at-risk homeless who struggle with substance abuse, mental-health problems, and violence.
In 2008, Surrey Homelessness and Housing Fund. were awarded a one-time grant of $1M to The Atira Women’s Resource Society, completing the $17M Atira needed to build Maxxine Wright Place, an 8,000-square-foot community building in the heart of Whalley. Since then, over 500 people, including children have been housed.
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